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Better Science Overview


Better Science

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Better Science Overview


Better Science

 

Better Science

On March 15, 2017 we co-hosted a workshop with the Scientific Research Network on Decision Neuroscience and Aging and the Stanford Center for Reproducible Neuroscience focused on transparency and reproducibility in neuroscience. The workshop was recorded and the videos are available below for free viewing.

 
 
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Human neuroimaging has come a long way over the past twenty years or so. Common practices in the field are ever evolving. There is increasing focus in recent years on transparency, data sharing, and reproducibility which all seem essential to future progress. Despite our best efforts to stay on the cutting edge, some may find it challenging to keep up with all of the recent developments and continuously update lab practices. Much of the discussion of these issues is spread across dense methods papers and in conversations on blogs and social media. 

 
 
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The goal of this workshop was to provide a round-up of the current best practices in human neuroimaging so that we can all collectively work together to improve the quality of our science. The schedule alternated between lecture-style talks, hands-on demonstrations, and group discussion. This workshop was held the day before the annual meeting of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society on Wednesday, March 15th 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

 
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Videos


Videos


 

Videos

IMPORTANT: Please complete the following (~10 minute) survey before watching any of these videos: duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aeB2ylv8mjk6TD7
You only need to complete it once (not for each video). Please share 10 minutes of your time in exchange for access to these free materials. This workshop was generously supported by a grant from the National Institute on Aging and these data are critical for our program evaluation and ability to run events like this in the future.

After completing the workshop (even if you only watch a video or two), please complete the following survey:  https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5z152UmdXg9Y7XL

 
 

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An alternative (better according to Chris & Russ) to the git tutorial is available here: github.com/poldrack/reproducible-workflows

Two other relevant tutorials mentioned in the session:

1) Docker for scientists: (tutorial slides video)

2) Software testing (tutorial slides)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Video Production by JPS LLC

 

After completing the workshop (even if you only watch a video or two), please complete the following survey: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5z152UmdXg9Y7XL

 
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Instructors & Panelists


Instructors & Panelists


 
 
 

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