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The little elf improves science and academia

Published 5 months ago • 1 min read

There once was a little elf

Who could barely count to twelve

But in 24 days it changed the world of science all by itself.

In Germany we really like our advent calendars. One door a day to open for 24 days. And in each door we find a little treat, tea, poem, or whatever else you can think of.

Our advent calendar is not religious. Our joint belief is that we need good research and science.

We had a lot of fun preparing this treat for you!

The DRAdvent calendar contains...

  • A story about a little elf, who improves science and academia
  • Rhymes (penned by Joyce and myself)
  • Cute images (yes, I drew them myself)
  • Further reading on the topic of the day (from p-hacking to the value of diversity)

Follow the story

We set up a website where a new door opens each day revealing more of the elf's journey.

Looking forward to hearing from you if you like our present for the end of the year.

All the best,

Heidi


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All things open and reproducible data science.

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