This site aims to provide an online resource for people interested in sound science. The growing concern about the reproducibility of scientific research has led to an explosion in the number of research papers and editorials on the topic, and we aim to highlight and discuss a selection of these publications.
An important aspect of sound science is managing and analysing data in a reliable way and communicating scientific findings clearly, transparently and openly. In today’s digital age, sound science requires knowledge of a new set of research skills. However, for those of us who are not computer or data scientists, these skills may seem foreign, complicated and unachievable. We aim to provide tutorials and reviews on relevant computer skills.
Although researchers in various scientific disciplines may find this site useful, our personal experience in health research and human physiology will inevitably influence the tools we choose to discuss and the level of complexity with which we discuss them.