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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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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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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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