Talk series: How to (:) Open Linguistics
In addition to the general sessions and thematic workshops, BICLCE 2019 will include a series of talks under the title "How to (:) Open Linguistics". Integrated into the conference programme, these 30-minute slots target issues and best practices related to the replication crisis from a practical perspective.
Among the confirmed talks are the following:
- Why and how to preregister your study (Timo Röttger, Northwestern University)
- Making your research reproducible: Tools and tips (Stefan Hartmann, University of Bamberg)
- Analyzing language data: Recurring issues (Lukas Sönning, University of Bamberg)
- Visualizing uncertainty using model-based graphs (Jan Vanhove, University of Fribourg)
- Bayesian inference as an alternative paradigm (Bruno Nicenboim, University of Potsdam)