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METRICS International Forum - Shared screen with speaker view
Bram Duyx
17:41
ah. good to know that i can replicate myself :-)
David Moher
29:43
Tom, my experience is that its very difficult to identify key conclusions; and SPIN
Tom Stanley
32:22
Do all of these large replication studies select highly 'impact' studies where the 'winner's curse' is strongest or do some replication projects choose experiments randomly?
Olavo Amaral
33:20
Responding to Tom, At the Brazilian Reproducibility Initiative we are working with a random sample. That said, it’s always filtered by “experiments we have the capability of performing”, so the final sample is never truly random.
Olavo Amaral
34:11
(see https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.41602)
Tom Stanley
51:33
Effects are exaggerated by a factor of 6, on average?
Mohammad Hosseini
59:43
Have you considered sharing your results with journal editors or as a PubPeer comment on papers that were not replicable? This could notify future readers of non-replicable studies, who might reconsider citing these studies.