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Why ANOVA and linear regression are the same

Why do some experimentalists in accounting use ANOVA's while other use regressions? What's the difference? This post shows why they are …

Automize testing your experiments with 'bots'

Bots are a powerful yet often overlooked tool that helps experimental researchers test their applications more effectively and …

What do participants think of accounting experiments? A preliminary look into ongoing research

Which design features of accounting experiments contribute the most to participant motivation, participant engagement, and perceived …

Introduction to oTree (Part 4) - Hosting your oTree app

We are happy to announce the fourth video in a five-part series of introduction videos about oTree, which is an open-source platform …

Introduction to oTree (Part 3) - Building Your First oTree App

We are happy to announce the third video in a five-part series of introduction videos about oTree, which is an open-source platform for …

'Effect sizes don't matter in experiments.' Or do they?

Some accounting researchers argue that effect sizes do not matter in experiments. In this post, I explain why effect sizes do matter …

Introduction to oTree (Part 2) - Getting started with oTree

We are happy to announce the second video in a five-part series of introduction videos about oTree, which is an open-source platform …

When and how to cluster standard errors in experimental data?

Choosing whether and on which level to cluster standard errors in experimental data turns out to be less straightforward that I …

Introduction to oTree (Part 1) - Why use oTree?

We are happy to announce the first video in a five-part series of introduction videos about oTree, which is an open-source platform for …

Deploying your experiment to a server

The consequences of the Coronavirus have made it impossible to run experiments in the laboratory. This post shows how you can launch …