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The Project TIER Dataverse: Archiving and Sharing Replicable Student Research by Richard Ball and Norm Medeiros

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Richard Ball and Norm Medeiros will demonstrate how Dataverse is used within their Project TIER (Teaching Integrity in Empirical Economics) initiative to organize and showcase student work for transparency and reproducibility. Richard and Norm will discuss the prospect of extending Dataverse to serve as a resource for the Project TIER network of institutions and instructors.

Richard Ball and Norm Medeiros will demonstrate how Dataverse is used within their Project TIER (Teaching Integrity in Empirical Economics) initiative to organize and showcase student work for transparency and reproducibility. Richard and Norm will discuss the prospect of extending Dataverse to serve as a resource for the Project TIER network of institutions and instructors.

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  1. 1. The Project TIER Dataverse: Archiving and Sharing Replicable Student Research Richard Ball, Associate Professor of Economics Haverford College Norm Medeiros, Associate Librarian Haverford College Lightning talk for the Dataverse Community Meeting Harvard University Institute for Quantitative Social Science June 11, 2015 www.haverford.edu/TIER Project TIER is generously supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
  2. 2. Project TIER Developing protocols for documenting research that make it possible to replicate statistical results easily and exactly Teaching students to follow such protocols to document their own work: Research papers for statistical methods classes Theses and dissertations Other independent projects Disseminating methods of teaching transparent and replicable research to faculty at other institutions More information is available at www.haverford.edu/TIER.
  3. 3. The Directory Structure of the TIER Documentation Protocol Illustrated by a recent senior thesis: Fox, Casey. “NBA Contracts and Recency Bias: An Investigation into Irrationality in Performance Pay Markets.” Senior thesis in economics, Haverford College, 2015. Thesis and complete replication documentation available at: https://osf.io/ncg4v/?view_only=56f8e23f3fc84c828e4e14c0162ea67b
  4. 4. The top-level directories:
  5. 5. Inside the “Original Data and Supporting Information” and “Processing and Analysis” directories:

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