All posts by Christopher Manning

Quick Guides to Open Research Activities

Open Research Services have produced a series of PDF guides to five main areas of Open Research:

Pre Registration and registered reports

Data Verification

Open Code and software


Citizen Science

These provide an overview of each activity. The LAORS is planning a series of introductory training sessions which will…

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Open Access Mythbusters

OA Mythbusters is a fantastic short video series from the Open Access Books Network (OABN) community. Each video clip, lasting no more than 8 minutes, seeks to dispel common myths surrounding the publishing of open access books.

Episodes released cover false beliefs about issues with third-party material, not having…

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P-hacking and how to prevent it.

P-Hacking or data dredging is the practice of analyzing data until you find the results needed to back up your hypothesis.  However, in many cases this practice is unintentional and researchers follow the P-hacking route without fully realizing they are doing it.

The scientific method is built…

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Welcome to our open research feed

All sorts of things can happen when you’re open to new ideas and playing around with things Stephanie Kwolek

This is a ‘new’ blog focussing on all things Open Research.  The blog started on SharePoint for an internal LSHTM audience but has moved over to it’s more…

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Bank Holiday Opening

Even though it is the bank holiday this coming Monday, there is no need to hang around outside as the Library is open.  Our opening hours during the Bank Holiday Monday are 11:00 am to 5:pm  for staff and students only. Any visitors are welcome during core working…

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