CRS reproducibility notes

Check out our Reproducibility Notes article series in Significance highlighting topics related to the production of robust, effective and reproducible science.

 

6. When should data and code be made available? (March 2022)

The “inverse problem” at the manuscript submission and review phase, presented with a solution.

Heyard, R., & Held, L. (2022). When should data and code be made available? Significance, 19(2), 4–5. doi:10.1111/1740-9713.01623


5. Statistical programming: Small mistakes, big impacts (June 2021)

Programming Laptop

Schwab S, Held L. Statistical programming: Small mistakes, big impacts. Significance. 2021;18: 6–7. doi:10.1111/1740-9713.01522


4. Replication power and regression to the mean (December 2020)

Different colors of icecream

Held, L., Pawel, S., & Schwab, S. (2020). Replication power and regression to the mean. Significance, 17(6), 10–11. doi:10.1111/1740-9713.01462


3. Science after Covid‐19: Faster, better, stronger? (July 2020)

Covid-19 workers with hazard suits

Schwab, S., & Held, L. (2020). Science after Covid-19: Faster, better, stronger? Significance, 17(4), 8–9. doi:10.1111/1740-9713.01415

An earlier version of this article was online published in March 2020 with the title Science in the face of Covid-19: faster, better, stronger?


2. Different worlds: Confirmatory versus exploratory research (March 2020)

Two planets

Schwab, S., & Held, L. (2020). Different worlds Confirmatory versus exploratory research. Significance, 17(2), 8–9. doi:10.1111/1740-9713.01369


1. Improving the reproducibility of science (January 2020)

Microscopes

Held, L., & Schwab, S. (2020). Improving the reproducibility of science. Significance, 17(1), 10–11. doi:10.1111/j.1740-9713.2020.01351.x