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  • Writing Methods for Reproducibility

    Writing Methods for Reproducibility

    Methods is where we spend the most of our experimental time, but the least of our writing time. Well-written methods are necessary to replicate findings, assess the rigor of an experimental design, and determine the breadth of data interpretation. Detailed methods allow subsequent research to quickly build on your findings and to interpret whether contradictory […]

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  • New webpage

    We just launched our website! In a collaboration among the Center team, we produced a first version of the webpage. Please let us know what else you want to see on here.

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  • C4R at SFN meeting

    Every year, neuroscientists from all over the world congregate on a major US city to learn from one another. This year the meeting happend in San Diego. Community For Rigor was in attendance and represented by Kevin Rusch and Konrad Kording, with many close friends also making an appearance!

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