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Consensus-based guidance for conducting and reporting multi-analyst studies

Balazs Aczel
Barnabas Szaszi
Gustav Nilsonne
Daniel Benjamin
Udo Boehm
Rotem Botvinik-Nezer
Laura Bringmann
Andrea Cataldo
Nelson Cowan
Andrew Delios
Noah van Dongen
Johnny van Doorn
Ann Dreber
Gary Egan
Morton Ann Gernsbacher
Rink Hoekstra
Magnus Johannesson
Jean-Francois Mangin
Ben Newell
Russell Poldrack
Jörg Rieskamp
Tom Schonberg
David Shanks
Samuel St-Jean
Jelte Wicherts


Any large dataset can be analyzed in a number of ways, and it is possible that the use of different analysis strategies will lead to different results and conclusions. One way to assess whether the results obtained depend on the analysis strategy chosen is to employ multiple analysts and leave each of them free to follow their own approach. Here, we present consensus-based guidance for conducting and reporting such multi-analyst studies, and we discuss how broader adoption of the multi-analyst approach has the potential to strengthen the robustness of results and conclusions obtained from analyses of datasets in basic and applied research.



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inserm-03431812 , version 1 (02-06-2022)





Balazs Aczel, Barnabas Szaszi, Gustav Nilsonne, Olmo van den Akker, Casper Albers, et al.. Consensus-based guidance for conducting and reporting multi-analyst studies. eLife, 2021, 10, pp.e72185. ⟨10.7554/eLife.72185⟩. ⟨inserm-03431812⟩
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