LEBEL: Curate Science – 2017 Year in Review and Upcoming Plans for 2018

The Replication Network

Curate Science (CurateScience.org) is an online platform to track, organize, and interpret replications of published findings in the social sciences, with a current focus on the psychology literature.
We had a very productive year in 2017. Here are some highlights of our accomplishments:
– With N=1,008 replications, we became (to our knowledge) the world’s largestdatabase of curated replications in the social sciences, covering all replications from the Reproducibility Project: Psychology, Many Labs 1 and 3, the Social Psychology special issue, and Registered Replication Reports 1 through 6).
– Several new major features, most important one being a new searchable (and sortable) table of curated replications. One can search by topic, effect, keyword, method used and can sort by sample size and effect size (for both original and replication studies), and many more fields. Curated study characteristics include links to PDFs, open/public data, open/public materials…

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