here are some #repliCATS and @repliCATS tweets from workshop participants
The @replicats project is phenomenal! I participated last week by assessing replicability of meta-analysis claims. Was fascinating to see how others reach judgements and learnt about interesting synthesis methods which I hadn't come across before https://t.co/SwJU9cSNDX
— Matthew Page (@mjpages) July 28, 2020
One of the things that struck me from @replicats, is the diversity in cues people used for their decisions, and the (seeming) consist individual differences in this – often reaching the same conclusion through different routes #SIPS2019
— Ben Farrar (@bg_farrar) July 6, 2019
— Grace Binion (@beercatphd) July 6, 2019
What did I learn at #SIPS2019 @replicats today? Assessing claims is anything but easy, super interesting how the strategies between people in one group can differ, and it’s amazing to benefit from the group knowledge and be able to update your evaluation after discussion.
— Julia Beitner (@JuliaBeitner) July 5, 2019
Great to meet some of the @replicats team, learn more about their international replication project & practice critical thinking & peer review skills. Thanks @HDR_HeSSA for organising! pic.twitter.com/SztDNfUjLy
— Aida Brydon (@aida_brydon) September 5, 2019
— Renee Otmar, PhD DE (@renee8otmar) November 6, 2019
— Katie Drax (@katiedrax) July 5, 2019
And that’s a wrap! 20+ claims assessed for replicability in 1.5 days. Special thanks to @MartinJBush @fidlerfm @v_hemming and the rest of the @replicats team for making this a unique and enjoyable experience! pic.twitter.com/rS2ex0VajV
— Lina Koppel (@linakoppel) July 6, 2019
— Sophia Crüwell (@cruwelli) July 6, 2019
— Singapore ReproducibiliTea (@SingReproTea) December 17, 2019
Yesterday we evaluated 200 published papers from various disciplines (political science, education, law,etc.) to judge their replicability. Science is evolving and its amazing to be a part of it! Thank you @replicats #repliCATs #score #darpa #universitymelbourne #idea #aimos pic.twitter.com/45YIlFXKAD
— Suzan Dilara Toksc (@sdtokac) November 7, 2019
We’ve assessed the first 3000 claims!
Thank you to all our fantastic participants. The remote platform is now closed.
Express interest in COVID-19 claims workshop.
The repliCATS project will run a workshop from 2-8 September to assess 100 COVID-19 research claims from the social and behavioural sciences. There are 100 x USD200 (AUD 280) assessment grants available.