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bio website joshuawiley.com
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As an analyst and statistical consultant, Joshua focuses on biostatistics, and is interested in reproducible research and graphical displays of data and statistical models. Through his work at Elkhart Group Ltd. and former work at UCLA Statistical Consulting Group, he has supported a wide array of clients ranging from graduate students, to experienced researchers, and biotechnology companies.


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comment Web-based tools for documenting studies?
Good thoughts. I think for larger studies, there often has to be documentation anyway (to standardize interventions, etc. across different staff working on the project or multiple sites). Part of where I envisioned this ultimately going would be projects like that, not per se a little study I run by myself. Beamer is very nice, but you might also check out HTML5 slides. I have seen some very cool stuff down with markdown (which is relatively easy) for both HTML and creating PDFs.
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Jul
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comment Web-based tools for documenting studies?
@ChuckSherrington Thanks for the advice. Hopefully this is a bit better (although I strongly suspect the answer to the question formulated now is, "No"). Maybe I do not have a good question for the Exchange.
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revised Web-based tools for documenting studies?
basically scratched everything and tried to pick one focused question instead of asking for ways to incorporate open science in psychology.
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