GESIS goes Open Science

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As of now another part of our Open Science Strategy, our GESIS Open Science Guidelines has been launched. The transparent and replicable collection, analysis and publication of data should be a core competence of every scientist. Only through a maximum of transparency can the replicability and reproducibility of findings and the re-usage of data be guaranteed. The GESIS Open Science Guidelines offer data project managers and researchers short and precise overviews and checklists to ensure transparent documentation of data collection and data analysis.

Published so far:

  • Ines Schaurer, Kunz, Tanja, & Heycke, Tobias (2020). Documentation of online surveys. Mannheim, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (GESIS - Survey Guidelines).DOI: 10.15465/gesis-sg_en_031
  • Isabelle Schmidt & Lechner, Clemens M. (2020). Documenting Measurement Instruments for the Socialand Behavioral Sciences. Mannheim, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (GESIS - SurveyGuidelines).DOI: 10.15465/gesis-sg_en_033
  • Sven Stadtmüller & Beuthner, Christoph (2020). Documentation of mail data collection. Mannheim, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (GESIS- Survey Guidelines).DOI: 10.15465/gesis-sg_en_032

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