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Research Reproducibility

Getting Started

Initial steps toward reproducible research

  • Karl Broman outlines 8 steps towards making research reproducible.

Getting Started with Reproducible Research

  • A workflow and 5 practical tips for reproducible research, excerpted from "Reproducible Research with R and RStudio."

Reproducibility Resources and Guidelines by Topic

  • Help with meeting NIH Rigor for Reproducibility Requirements.

DART Data Access & Research Transparency

  • Information about efforts to increase transparency in social science

Enhancing Research Reproducibility

  • Recommendations from the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology

EQUATOR Reporting Guideline Decision Tree

  • What guidelines are relevant to my work?

NIH Rigor and Reproducibility (for Grant Applications)

  • From the National Institutes of Health Office of Extramural Research

Social, Behavioral, and Economic Scineces Perspectives on Robust and Reliable Science

  • Report of the Subcommittee on Replicability in Science Advisory Committee to the NSF

The Basic Reproducible Workflow Template

  • This book consists of a set of thirty-one contributed case studies showing an example of a scientific workflow that was designed, at least in part, to achieve the goal of reproducibility.

Creating READMEs, Cornell University

  • A guide for best practices and recommended content for creating READMEs for a datafile.

DDC, How to License Research Data

  • This guide provides advice on how to apply a license to your research data, and which license would be most suitable. 

Creating Reproducible Data Science Projects

  • Rules for reproducible research