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Resources - AEA Data Editor

The AEA Data Editor provides a variety of textual and technical resources to further the goals of transparency, reproducibility and future replicability of A...

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NDAs, DUAs in the verification process

10 minute read

Toni Whited (EIC of Journal of Financial Economics) had the following question on the ex-bird site: Econ and finance journals are getting their acts toge...

The oldest replication package, overall?

less than 1 minute read

After our recent discussion about the oldest AEA replication package, I navigated over to the really old archive at the Journal of Applied Econometrics. Surp...

The oldest AEA replication package

1 minute read

We were recently discussing among data editors what the oldest replication package (in Econ and Political Science) might be.

DCAS v1.0 Compliance Self-Assessment

11 minute read

On 2022-12-15, various data editors, including myself, launched the Data and Code Availability Standard (DCAS). In this post, I will do a self-assessment o...

Launching DCAS

less than 1 minute read

The data editors of the journals of the American Economic Association1, of the Royal Economic Society2, the Review of Economic Studies, the Canadian Journa...

What is this LICENSE thing

6 minute read

The template README required by various econ journals asks for a statement about the rights to RE-distribute data. Many economists are confused by this: “But...

Software, code, and repositories

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A short thread on software, code, versioning, citation, and repositories. Only very few AEA articles reference Github/Gitlab/Bitbucket repositories. More sho...

File paths in statistical software

less than 1 minute read

A short thread (PSA) on a FOC (frequently occurring problem) that shouldn’t be one: file paths in statistical software.

Reproducible GIS

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A note on reproducible GIS by economists: it’s mostly absent. Here are some tips.

A Day in the Life of a Data Editor

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I wanted to illustrate the range of the various topics that a Data Editor might face, by taking a fairly random day (2021-01-29) and listing all the various ...

Follow-up to Fireside Chat

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In this post, I’ll pick up questions that have been asked over Twitter or during the 2021-01-19 Fireside chat, in long form (Twitter is not always the best m...

Release of a template README

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We have released the first version of a template README for social sciences at https://social-science-data-editors.github.io/template_README/.

guidance

License template

save “LICENSE.txt” as part of your deposit modify the COPYRIGHT line. Modified BSD License (https://opensource.org/licenses/BSD-3-Clause) - applies t...

Licensing Guidance

This site does not provide legal guidance. The information below is provided for discussion and as a suggestion only. Authors should consult with a qualif...

Creating separate linked data archives

Every time we see that a lot of effort went into creating a data resource, we don’t want to have that sit hidden in a replication package. We want to give da...

Frequently Asked Questions

… although some are not frequently asked, but might nevertheless be useful. Below questions and answers in random order. Please be sure to check out the offi...

Preparing your files for verification

This document describes how to best prepare a replication package for an AEA journal. Much of the guidance here is not specific to our journals - the documen...

projects

Internship with the AEA Data Editor

The AEA Data Editor is happy to announce a pilot project for an internship with the AEA Data Editor. The collaborating institutions are Cornell University (A...

publications

surveys

Sharing And Reusing Research Data

Emails sent Members of the Association who are willing to receive occasional surveys about economics and economists received the following email from the AE...

talks

Replication and Research Transparency

Abstract Research has to be transparent in order to be considered as credible and valid. Reproduction and replication are practices that seek to establish t...

Coffee with Data Editors

Abstract Do you have questions how the data and code availability policy works at the AEA or other journals, or how to prepare a particularly challenging re...

Data Editor AMA

Abstract Do you have questions how the data and code availability policy works at the AEA or other journals, or how to prepare a particularly challenging re...

Data Editor AMA

Abstract Do you have questions how the data and code availability policy works at the AEA or other journals, or how to prepare a particularly challenging re...

Data Editor AMA

Abstract Do you have questions how the data and code availability policy works at the AEA or other journals, or how to prepare a particularly challenging re...

Data Editor AMA

Abstract Do you have questions how the data and code availability policy works at the AEA or other journals, or how to prepare a particularly challenging re...

Reproducible Research from Day 1

Abstract Miklós Koren and Lars Vilhuber, data editors of the Review of Economic Studies and the American Economic Association Journals require that you shar...

Reproducible Research from Day 1

Abstract Journals require that you share your code and data in a replication package upon acceptance. However, efficient reproducibility starts at the begin...

Data Editor AMA

Abstract Questions and Coffee with AEA Data Editor Lars Vilhuber Are you a researcher in the midst of preparing a replication package and are unsure about ...

Ask a Data Editor Anything

Abstract The growing focus on archiving and curating research data, along with promoting reproducible research, is highly relevant to our faculty and gradua...

Reproducibility from Day 1 to Day T

Abstract Journals require that you share your code and data in a replication package upon acceptance. However, efficient reproducibility starts at the begin...