Julia and Jonathan catch up on FU from Julia’s “self correcting” episode and dive into talking about why and how we share our data and code. What are the pros and cons? Will you be helping your future self? Spoiler alert: your hosts are more convinced by the pros. Plus, lots of interesting links to supplement your listening.
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- Garfield on diets
- Julia Strand on Twitter: "Will it waffle?"
- Some Good News with John Krasinski Ep. 1 - YouTube
- The juice and the squeeze Episode 17: Self correcting — Julia talks about her experience finding, and correcting, an error in a published paper.
- Julia's story on Retraction Watch
- (Un)Available upon Request: Field Experiment on Researchers' Willingness to Share Supplementary Materials: Accountability in Research: Vol 19, No 3
- The Availability of Research Data Declines Rapidly with Article Age - ScienceDirect
- Data Sharing | NEJM
- Translation to plain English of selected portions of Longo and Drazen's editorial on data sharing — Jonathan Peelle
- 🍧🍨🍦Tal Yarkoni 🍦🍨🍧 on Twitter: "@jpeelle 140 chars: because I’m lazy and I’d rather point emailers to GitHub than deal with their stupid valid requests for my data and code" / Twitter — why share data? "because I’m lazy and I’d rather point emailers to GitHub than deal with their stupid valid requests for my data and code"
- Jonathan's paperchecklist/checklist.pdf (github)