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Recovering data from summary statistics: Sample Parameter Reconstruction via Iterative TEchniques (SPRITE)

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RT @sTeamTraen: If the SDs look particularly small or large (e.g., <10% or >35% of the range for Likert-type data), consider using SPRITE t…
RT @sTeamTraen: If the SDs look particularly small or large (e.g., <10% or >35% of the range for Likert-type data), consider using SPRITE t…
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RT @sTeamTraen: If the SDs look particularly small or large (e.g., <10% or >35% of the range for Likert-type data), consider using SPRITE t…
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RT @sTeamTraen: If the SDs look particularly small or large (e.g., <10% or >35% of the range for Likert-type data), consider using SPRITE t…
RT @sTeamTraen: If the SDs look particularly small or large (e.g., <10% or >35% of the range for Likert-type data), consider using SPRITE t…
If the SDs look particularly small or large (e.g., <10% or >35% of the range for Likert-type data), consider using SPRITE to see what the data might have looked like to produce those SDs. Paper: https://t.co/Rgf1PsH12S Shiny app: https://t.co/BRTOfHBYMr /10
RT @tomhouslay: Maybe it's worth thinking about whether something along the lines of @jamesheathers & @sTeamTraen's work in psych can be ap…
Maybe it's worth thinking about whether something along the lines of @jamesheathers & @sTeamTraen's work in psych can be applied here (although I think that mostly works on integer data) https://t.co/0cnbf4OSIl GRIM test: https://t.co/ZPSLtHPcrV SPRITE: https://t.co/rAJnWtXBl5
If you wish to host #RShiny apps on Code Ocean, this capsule provides a template and Readme for running one: https://t.co/M0iFX9JTBI The underlying Rsprite code is courtesy of @sTeamTraen, which you can read more about here: https://t.co/DKXUl16rRO
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(Check out SPRITE here https://t.co/PXsAGC1QiT)
[4: tools/resources to assess reliability] Grim: https://t.co/58Lz15byCf Calc: https://t.co/CGJ2HGGT4X Excel: https://t.co/XZK5t01BaN Sprite: https://t.co/GfPkTn0mP7 OSF: https://t.co/f5Zi2XK1xl @jamesheathers @sTeamTraen @Research_Tim etal
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@Heinonmatti https://t.co/WO3JaK14w1
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@jamesheathers @sTeamTraen Really interesting (looking at SPRITE and GRIM -- https://t.co/M36Sab1Ghb )
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@wolfvanpaemel Good question. Yeah there's a formula for the 'full canopy' i.e. the line created using sets of (in this case) 0 and 400. This sort of error corresponds to the green box in Figure 1B. https://t.co/WO3JaJJtEt
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@WrightingApril @MarkScherz @allopatry @Vert_Anatomist @frogsicles @frogdiaz @TrackingActions @ProfRomi @DanielBolnick I haven’t used it myself but that’s exactly the idea behind SPRITE. https://t.co/uaDJBZqUQm
@chanelkmeyers @nhcharlot Tools like SPRITE and GRIM seem like they are helpful for these tasks @jamesheathers @sTeamTraen Have not used them myself yet, but see https://t.co/ckgAjyUh3K
RT @jamesheathers: @Rob_Tarzwell @barttels2 @stephensenn @ChristosArgyrop @VPrasadMDMPH @anish_koka @venkmurthy @adamcifu @pash22 @Portland…
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RT @jamesheathers: @Rob_Tarzwell @barttels2 @stephensenn @ChristosArgyrop @VPrasadMDMPH @anish_koka @venkmurthy @adamcifu @pash22 @Portland…
RT @jamesheathers: @Rob_Tarzwell @barttels2 @stephensenn @ChristosArgyrop @VPrasadMDMPH @anish_koka @venkmurthy @adamcifu @pash22 @Portland…
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@Rob_Tarzwell @barttels2 @stephensenn @ChristosArgyrop @VPrasadMDMPH @anish_koka @venkmurthy @adamcifu @pash22 @Portland_State @peterboghossian @oncology_bg @FearLoathingBTX @ArthurCaplan @AlexJohnLondon That's why we double down on ways to point that out simply. https://t.co/qnamTj8d3T https://t.co/Rhhk7lcjsN
@causalinf @KiraboJackson Publishers should automate some of that checking, so reviewers can focus on the other stuff. https://t.co/3vCx2mOPLI https://t.co/dzxYb94YJV
RT @sTeamTraen: The latest version of SPRITE up at https://t.co/BRTOfHBYMr (thanks to @lakens for the update and continued hosting). For m…
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RT @sTeamTraen: The latest version of SPRITE up at https://t.co/BRTOfHBYMr (thanks to @lakens for the update and continued hosting). For m…
RT @sTeamTraen: The latest version of SPRITE up at https://t.co/BRTOfHBYMr (thanks to @lakens for the update and continued hosting). For m…
617 days ago
RT @sTeamTraen: The latest version of SPRITE up at https://t.co/BRTOfHBYMr (thanks to @lakens for the update and continued hosting). For m…
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Competing Interests

JA operates omnesres.com, oncolnc.org, and prepubmed.org. TvdZ has a blog entitled “The Skeptical Scientist” at timvanderzee.com. NJLB has a blog at sTeamTraen.blogspot.com that hosts advertising; his earnings in 2017 were €26.03.

Author Contributions

James A Heathers conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Jordan Anaya conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Tim van der Zee conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Nicholas JL Brown conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

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The following information was supplied regarding data availability:

All the code used in the manuscript is accessible from https://osf.io/pwjad/

Funding

The authors received no funding for this work.


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