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SORTEE member voices – Adrienne Antonsen

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Adrienne Antonsen.   Date: 11 July 2021.   Position: Coconut Rhinoceros Beetle Response Survey Field Lead.   Research and/or work interests: Entomology; ecology; conservation; insect-plant interactions.     How did you become interested in open research? The difficulty of accessing peer-reviewed articles without a university affiliation in the period between undergrad and grad school was very frustrating to me.

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SORTEE member voices – Victoria Hemming

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Victoria Hemming.   Date: 10 July 2021.   Position: Postdoctoral Research Fellow.   Research and/or work interests: Conservation; Ecology; Decision Science; Risk Analysis.     If you could recommend one paper to the community of ecologists and evolutionary biologists on an openness / reliability / transparency topic, what paper would you choose? I would recommend the paper by Fraser et al.

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SORTEE member voices – Daniel Hoops

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Daniel Hoops.   Date: 10 July 2021.   Position: Postdoc.   Research and/or work interests: Evolution; Neuroscience.     What is an open / reliable / transparent science practice that you admire but have not yet adopted in your own work? Publishing my code (at all) and my data (in a way that is easy to understand and use).

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SORTEE member voices – Marko Bracic

[SORTEE member voices is a weekly Q&A with a different SORTEE member]     Name: Marko Bračić.   Date: 10 July 2021.   Position: PhD student.   Research and/or work interests: Behavioural biology, decision-making, individual differences, cognition, evolution, nature conservation, better science.     What ‘ORT’ practice have you introduced into your research practice that you’ve found really helpful? Sharing data and code; version control.     What’s an ‘ORT’ subject or practice that you think deserves more attention?

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