How to run a repliCATS session
Hi reproducibiliTEA journal club leaders! We’ve developed a starter pack for journal club leaders to help you run a repliCATS session. This includes a detailed guide, as well as a 15-minute introductory video, especially for reproducabiliTEA, that you can play at the start of your group session which will introduce the project, our method, and how togo about answering your first claim.
Contact Raquel Ashton on repliCATSfirstname.lastname@example.org for a link to the OSF repo.
Grant to run a repliCATS session
We can offer journal clubs US$150.00 as a one-off grant to help subsidise the catering and other costs associated with running a repliCATS/reproducabiliTEA workshop.
List of reproducibilitea-repliCATS (reproCATS) sessions
- 18 December 2019 – Singapore
- 13 February 2020 – London
- 18 February 2020 – Oxford
- 19 February 2020 – Melbourne
- 20 February 2020 – Groningen & Chester
- 26 February 2020 – EiriiZormpa
- 27 February 2020 – Berlin
- 28 February 2020 – Sweden
- 05 March 2020 – Groningen
- 10 March 2020 – McMaster
- 13 March 2020 – Surrey
- 30 March 2020 – Bristol
For more details, check individual reproducibiliTEA club pages: https://reproducibilitea.org/
Thanks to everyone who showed up at our @replicats event! Hat lots of fun evaluating scientific claims in educational and social psychology, law, and even sociology! Pizza was immediately eaten and everybody was so immersed that there wasn't even time for smiling in the camera… pic.twitter.com/BhpbWmOAPx
— Open science community Nijmegen (@OSCNijmegen) February 28, 2020
Mycket intressanta diskussioner under gårdagens ReproducibiliTea_KI (som den här veckan fick pizzaspons av @replicats), bland annat djupgående resonemang om fördelar/nackdelar med att kalla replikationskrisen för en kris. Det fanns stor enighet om att det finns allvarliga> pic.twitter.com/ULpEvPQgMy
— Robin Fondberg (@RobinFondberg) February 28, 2020
Happy to be starting a @replicats session with @ReproducibiliT at @UniofOxford this afternoon! The sign up quiz was hard but got the Reproducibility vibes running smoothly. Ready for the information video and to assess some claims 😀 👌 #reprodicibilitea #openscience
— Sam S. Webb 🏳️🌈 (@Saffello96) February 18, 2020
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.