Reproducible and future-proof analysis
Here's a screencast I recently made on how to make a reproducible version of your R analysis. This is incredibly easy to set up, so if you would like to easily share your analyses you should check this out
Creating a synthetic version of a real dataset to facilitate data sharing
How to make a synthetic dataset which mimics the characteristics of a real dataset
Why I'm live streaming the creation of a scientific paper
How live streaming will normalize the ups and downs of writing a paper, keep me accountable, and improve my coding and writing.
Using equivalence testing to better understand non-significant results
I recently did a series of talks at the "Psychology and the Brain" conference in Germany. I managed to film one these talks, which was on how to better understand non-significant results, for a livestream. Here's the replay...
What the psychological sciences can learn from genetics research
Most researchers agree that the psychological sciences are in the midst of a reproducibility crisis. But this isn't the first time that a research field has dealt with poor reproducibility, as genetics researchers started tackling this problem over a decade ago.