Session 1: Institutional support: Should journals verify reproducibility?

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Different journals have different approaches towards enforcement of their data availability policies, ranging from a thorough and complete verification including running code and checking the output, to a cursory review of the files provided to make sure they appear satisfactory, to simply receiving the data and code package and archiving it on a website or a repository. What drives the choice of approach? What are the reasons behind such choices?
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Edited video of expert panel presentation and discussion originated via video conference.
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2022-09-27
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Labor Dynamics Institute
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Scholarly Journals; Computational Research; Research practices; Reproducibility; Replicability; Data Management; Social Sciences
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Labor Dynamics Institute. (2022, October 1). CRRESS Session1: Should journals verify reproducibility? (first cut). YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dc4xxCIeqQ
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Captions are available. Slides are present, they are of accessable contrast presented picture in picture.
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