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ORR and Related Concepts

ORR and related Concepts are presented by Markus in this video.

Reproducibility is often used interchangeably with related terms, such as replicability. It is thus important to create a shared understanding of what ORR means. In the video, you will hear more about the definition of ORR and how it differs from related concepts.

As I explained in the video, replicable research comes to similar conclusions that are based on the same analysis, but is made by newly collected data. While reproducible research refers to the same results by using the same analysis, source code and data.



We believe that both reproducible and replicable science are important. What do you think? Is one of the two more important in your discipline? Write your answer in the comments box and respond to a post by a peer learner.

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