Session 9: Reproducibility, confidentiality, and open data mandates
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Many granting agencies have adopted open data mandates. What is the interplay between reproducibility and those mandates? How can researchers be supported to meet those mandates, both in general, and specifically when data are confidential. At first glance, confidentiality and open data seem irreconciable, but could we find practices that both respect confidentiality and provide enough information and transparency to foster reproducibility?
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Open Data; Confidentiality; Computational Research; Research practices; Reproducibility; Replicability; Data Management; Social Sciences
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Labor Dynamics Institute. (2023, July 29). CRRESS Session 9: Reproducibility, confidentiality, and open data mandates (at CEA). YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMi0CNka1fQ
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