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Data Management

Background and links to more information about data management issues.

Join Us!

Dartmouth ReproducibiliTea,  a journal club for discussing all things related to research transparency and reproducibility, meets virtually every third Wednesday 3-4 pm, in

Everyone is welcome to join us - skeptics and enthusiasts alike!  .

All papers available at (full-text available under attachments)

Full Schedule


A Manifesto for Reproducible Science, read at:


Why Most Published Research Findings are False,


Preregistration is Hard, and Worthwhile,

The Preregistration Revolution,


Open Science Challenges, Benefits and Tips in Early Career and Beyond,

Data Sharing: An Open Mind on Open Data,


Estimating the Reproducibility of Psychological Science,


The Natural Selection of Bad Science,


Generously sponsored by the Dartmouth Library Innovation Fund