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All presentations of talks and courses by CRS staff are collected in our OSF training collection.


Points of Significance

This collection in Nature highlights important statistical issues that biologists should be aware of and provides practical advice to help them improve the rigor of their work.

Points of Significance

BMJ Statistics Notes

The BMJ statistical notes series is a great series of short articles on statistics for medical researchers.

Statistics Notes

JAMA Guide to Statistics and Medicine

This JAMA essay series explains statistical techniques in clinical research to help clinicians interpret and critically appraise the medical literature.

Guide to Statistics and Medicine 

The Turing Way handbook to reproducible, ethical and collaborative data science This online resource from the Turing Way gives you hands-on tips on how to set up a reproducible research work-flow. The Turing Way

Reports on reproducibility & replicability

Improving Reproducibility in the Empirical Sciences (Netherlands, 2018)

Reproducibility and Replicability in Science (US, 2019)

Reproducibility of scientific results in the EU (EU, 2020)


CRS follows the following guidelines:

Equator collection of reporting guidelines for main study types.

ICMJE recommendations for the conduct, reporting, editing, and publication of scholarly work in medical journals.

Code of conduct for scientific integrity by the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences.


Related UZH resources:

Unit Primarily aimed at
Research Methods Consulting Faculty of Medicine
Psychological Methods, Evaluation and Statistics Department of Psychology
Applied Statistics Consulting

Faculty of Science

Data Management All faculties

Scientific Computing (S3IT)

All faculties
Open Access All faculties

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