- A push for reproducibility in biomedical research
- Controversial software is proving surprisingly accurate at spotting errors in psychology papers
- We need a similar program for #pathology articles. Though most pathology articles do not report #statistics in APA style. #statcheck
- Stat-checking software stirs up psychology
Coursera: Reproducible Templates for Analysis and Dissemination
“Why Most Published Research Findings Are False” by John P. A. Ioannidis
“Public Availability of Published Research Data in High-Impact Journals”
by Alawi A. Alsheikh-Ali , Waqas Qureshi, Mouaz H. Al-Mallah, John P. A. Ioannidis.
“Gene name errors are widespread in the scientific literature”
by Mark Ziemann, Yotam Eren, and Assam El-Osta.
“Deriving chemosensitivity from cell lines: Forensic bioinformatics and reproducible research in high-throughput biology” by Keith A. Baggerly and Kevin R. Coombes.
- “Does high public debt consistently stifle economic growth? A critique of Reinhart and Rogoff” by Thomas Herndon, Michael Ash, Robert Pollin.
- An example of an article given the highest designation for a fully reproducible article: “Air pollution and health in Scotland: a multicity study” published in 2009 by Duncan Lee, Claire Ferguson, and Richard Mitchell. To see the article's marking, download the PDF and look for the marking letter in a bold box at the top right.
- “Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research” by Geir Kjetil Sandve, Anton Nekrutenko, James Taylor, Eivind Hovig.
- “Open-Source Genomic Analysis of Shiga-Toxin–Producing E. coli O104:H4” (multiple authors). The associated Dataset GigaScience and GitHub Wiki .
- A universal document converter
- There is an R package called “rrrpkg,” which was created to “facilitate reproducible research.” Their focus is on creating a Research Compendium. Here are some illustrations of directory structure and file organization they use that may be helpful to you.
- Center for Open Science