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PDHP workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
Jule Krueger
47:23
https://datascience.isr.umich.edu/events/coderspaces/
Jamie Roslyn Yap
01:44:07
The idea of using synthetic data was mentioned. More concretely, how can synthetic data be used to facilitate reproducible research? Do you see synthetic data being created by a team dedicated to data management before being passed on to a team dedicated to data analysis, with the former having access to the synthetic and real data right off the bat, while the latter only having access to the real data after having pre-specified hypotheses?
Darya Vanchugova
01:44:10
Apologies if I missed an important piece of information. In case of the funnel graph, how do we know that lower frequency of published studies with positive results is NOT due to scarcity of studies that find positive associations but BECAUSE of the publication bias?
Jule Krueger
01:45:46
Re: funnel graphs - I also wondered how we would know if the finding is not due to the fact that a negative/positive association is more likely than the other
Paul Chapin Schulz
01:46:40
Do you think journals give proper credit for analyses that are doing things "the hard way"? And are there strategies for targeting journals that properly reward these reproducibility techniques for researchers that are doing them?
Jamie Roslyn Yap
01:47:07
Thanks!
Darya Vanchugova
01:49:33
Thank you, got it.
Jule Krueger
01:49:54
Thank you!
Paul Chapin Schulz
01:50:51
OK great. Thanks!
Jamie Roslyn Yap
02:51:19
AAPOR standard definitions were mentioned. Any thoughts on how applicable they are to EMA studies?
Paul Chapin Schulz
02:51:51
Software guide for the practical section. https://pdhp.isr.umich.edu/workshops/tools-for-reproducible-research/
Elhakim Ibrahim
02:52:46
Any idea about graduate programs with substantial focus on quantitative social sciences?
Jamie Roslyn Yap
02:53:21
EMA = Ecological Momentary Assessments
Jamie Roslyn Yap
02:53:36
Typically, several surveys are completed by a participant in a day
Jamie Roslyn Yap
02:56:17
Thank you!
Elhakim Ibrahim
02:57:01
That will be great to have!!! I will do you an email, definitely. Thanks
Paul Chapin Schulz
03:00:09
Please note: Before you leave today please take a moment to fill out our feedback survey on this workshop. Very helpful for me/us to shape the upcombing workshops! https://pdhp.isr.umich.edu/workshops/workshop-feedback/
Paul Chapin Schulz
03:00:34
I will also send this link out via e-mail following the workshop. Thank you!
Jamie Roslyn Yap
03:27:42
If we would like to again use packages in "D:/r/packages/" when we restart R studio, would we have to run .libPaths("D:/r/packages/") again? Does the call to .libPaths cause the change in where R looks for the libraries to persist even after closing R Studio?
Jamie Roslyn Yap
03:29:29
Thanks!
Colleen MacCallum-Bridges
03:38:07
Would it be possible to share these example script/Rmd files with attendees after the session?
Elhakim Ibrahim
03:38:40
My apologies, please. Which of Python, R and Stata is most advisable to use in research and practice for quantitative social scientists/social data scientists? Can we say a tool holds more promise for the future of work in those fields than others?
Colleen MacCallum-Bridges
03:38:55
The prior RMD file would be helpful, but I can also rewatch the video. Thanks!
Jamie Roslyn Yap
03:43:41
To @Elhakim's question, I think it depends, in part, if you rely on certain packages that are **only** available in R, Python, or Stata. This may be a constraint such that at least part of your workflow would **have** to be in R, Python, or Stata.
Elhakim Ibrahim
03:43:46
Great.
George Charles Alter
03:44:18
Thanks very much!
Elhakim Ibrahim
03:44:29
Thanks for the knowledge shared.
Colleen MacCallum-Bridges
03:44:34
Thank you for a wonderful presentation!
Elhakim Ibrahim
03:44:37
Super useful
Yunping Tong
03:44:40
Thank you!!
David Ackuaku
03:44:51
Thanks for the presentation.
Jamie Roslyn Yap
03:45:02
Thank you Alex!
Raphael Nishimura
03:45:22
Thanks, Alex! Great to see you!
Jule Krueger
03:45:25
Thank you!
Paul Chapin Schulz
03:45:26
https://pdhp.isr.umich.edu/workshops/workshop-feedback/
Elly Marie Field
03:45:34
Thank you!