Replicability Research Group
A central dogma in science is the requirement that scientific discoveries will be replicable (sometimes also called “reproducible”). An important scientific finding should be supported by further evidence from other studies by other researchers, preferably in other laboratories - or otherwise be refuted.
The aims of our work are to study the scope of replicability problems in different fields of science, to offer a unified approach to address those replicability problems that are of statistical origin, to develop statistical means to address such specific problems in different fields, and to bring the problems and solutions to the scientific communities.
You are invited to explore our ongoing work on replicability in various fields, and contact us with your questions and ideas for collaboration.
Our Replicability Research Projects: