Making reproducible research simple using RMarkdown and the OSF


The replication crisis has further eroded the public’s trust in science. Many famous studies, even published in renowned journals, fail to produce the same results when replicated by other researchers. While this is the outcome of several problems in research, one aspect has gotten critical attention—reproducibility. The term reproducible research refers to studies that contain all materials necessary to reproduce the scientific results by other researchers. This allows others to identify flaws in calculations and improve scientific rigor. In this paper, we show a workflow for reproducible research using the R language and a set of additional packages and tools that simplify a reproducible research procedure.

In International conference on human-computer interaction
André Calero Valdez
Professor of Human-Computer Interaction and Usable Safety Engineering

I am insterested in studying effects human-algorithm interaction and their impact on safety.