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111 * ! Mon, 8/4/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-104C
Hot Topics in Reproducibility and Replication: Impact on Statisticians and Statistical Programmers — Topic Contributed Papers
Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts
Organizer(s): Hsiu-Yung Cindy Lee, Eli Lilly and Company
Chair(s): Natalie Hall, Eli Lilly and Company   
8:35 AM Does R Provide What Customer Need? Vipin Arora, Eli Lilly and Company
8:55 AM Doing Reproducible Research Unconsciously: Higher Standard, but Less Work Yihui Xie, Rstudio
9:15 AM Statistical Strategies to Improve the Reliability of Observational Studies — S. Stanley Young, NISS ; Matthew Rotelli, Eli Lilly and Company
9:35 AM The Reproducibility Initiative: A Potential Solution to the Irreproducibility Problem Elizabeth Iorns, Science Exchange
9:55 AM Floor Discussion

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