Open and Reproducible Research: Goals, Obstacles and Solutions

Instructor

Matthew J Salganik is Professor of Sociology at Princeton University, and he is affiliated with several of Princeton's interdisciplinary research centers: the Office for Population Research, the Center for Information Technology Policy, the Center for Health and Wellbeing, and the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning. His research interests include social networks and computational social science.

Time/Place
1/10/2017 from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM ~ 300 Wallace
Description

If you want to increase the quality and impact of your work, you should consider doing open and reproducible research. In this workshop, I will begin by providing a working definition for what it means for your research to be open and reproducible. Then, I will describe the ways that you can overcome the obstacles that may be preventing you from being open and reproducible. The workshop will be illustrated by some of my own struggles with these issues during my career. Because there are many complicated technical, legal, professional, and ethical issues involved, there will be lots of time for questions and discussion.

Audience
Anyone doing research, but the examples will be drawn from social science.
Format
Lecture and discussion.
Requirements
None.
Downloads
Presentation (PDF)