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{{attention|reason=no one has voted yet on most pages, and the first votes were just for demonstration purposes. Once a sinificant number of real votes has been cast this note can be removed}}
  
You can rank [[:Category:Study lacking replication|studies lacking replication]] by how relevant you regard a replication of them and also discuss why on their [[Help:Discussion_Pages|discussion pages]]. <br />[[File:Ratingbar.png]]
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If you are a registered user you can rank [[:Category:Study lacking replication|studies lacking replication]] by how relevant you regard a replication of them and also discuss why on their [[Help:Discussion_Pages|discussion pages]]. If you would like to vote for a study that is not yet in the wiki you can just add it by clicking on "new study lacking replication" on the main page. A description how to do this is available at [[ReplicationWiki:Help/New Article]].<br />[[File:Ratingbar.png]]
  
Here you find a [[Top rated studies for replication|ranking of the studies that are regarded most relevant to be replicated]]. Each user can only vote once but no one can see how any specific other user voted.
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Here you find a [[Top rated studies for replication|ranking of the studies that are regarded most relevant to be replicated]]. Each user can only vote once on each study but no one can see how any specific other user voted. You are welcome to leave a comment on each article's discussion page, explaining why you think a replication would be important.
  
  
 
[[Category:Help|Replication relevance ranking]]
 
[[Category:Help|Replication relevance ranking]]

Latest revision as of 12:00, 10 May 2019

This page needs attention because no one has voted yet on most pages, and the first votes were just for demonstration purposes. Once a sinificant number of real votes has been cast this note can be removed.

If you are a registered user you can rank studies lacking replication by how relevant you regard a replication of them and also discuss why on their discussion pages. If you would like to vote for a study that is not yet in the wiki you can just add it by clicking on "new study lacking replication" on the main page. A description how to do this is available at ReplicationWiki:Help/New Article.
Ratingbar.png

Here you find a ranking of the studies that are regarded most relevant to be replicated. Each user can only vote once on each study but no one can see how any specific other user voted. You are welcome to leave a comment on each article's discussion page, explaining why you think a replication would be important.

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