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png - Table in QJE listing reproduced scenarios
csv - Summary FPR results
1. R Code - Run Simulations
2. R Code - Make figure
Figure with simulation results (png)
rds - Every simulation result(12 Mb)
R Code - Simulate dropping 1 from Normal data
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The original paper by Young (2019),"Channeling Fisher", is available from https://doi.org/10.1093/qje/qjy029
MATA code, (STATA programming language for matrix calculations) to reproduce calculations in the original paper is available from:
Young, Alwyn, 2018, "Replication Data for: 'Channeling Fisher: Randomization Tests and the Statistical Insignificance of Seemingly Significant Experimental Results'", https://doi.org/10.7910/DVN/JX6HCJ, Harvard Dataverse, V1 (https://dataverse.harvard.edu/dataset.xhtml?persistentId=doi:10.7910/DVN/JX6HCJ )
The MATA code for the simulations is about 1500 lines of code without comments (beyond section headers), so I coded in R from scratch, following only the descriptions in the paper.
The QJE article also reports reanalyses of 53 published papers, but the data for those papers is not posted, nor linked to from the online materials for the QJE paper. To reproduce those analyses (about instability of results to removal of individual observations) you'd need to on your own find the datasets for the 53 original papers, figure out the code used in the original studies, then understand the code behind the QJE paper in relation to that original code.
This version: October 06, 2021