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Open Research Resources:

The Australia/New Zealand Open Research Network project on the Open Science Framework is an excellent place to go for resources relating to open research practices. You can find resources for Learning R (an open source language for statistical computing), podcasts relating to open research, statistical power calculators, reading lists, and syllabi for teaching open and reproducible practices.

Another great set of resources is the Open Science Toolbox hosted by the LMU Open Science Centre.

Closer to home, a group of Victoria University postgraduate students (Karl, Walsh, Robinson and Twitchin) have published an article entitled Developing the credibility of psychological science: Graduate student reflections on open science. This article is an excellent read for students (and others!) seeking to engage with open science practices.


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