Analysis of interviews: what the public already know, want to know and need to know, about their personal risks from COVID-19
Main text: This Analysis is based on work published in: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsos.201721
Data analysis was conducted by one member of the team (AL) and was descriptive in nat...
Analysis of qualitative interviews to identify whether Octopus might help researchers produce high quality, open research
Analysis of interviews on research culture.
Analysis of survey to help identify whether Octopus might help researchers produce high quality, open research
Analysis of survey on research culture.
Analysis of the effects of different numerical formats on people’s perception of their risk of dying from COVID-19
Analysis of data from a study in which participants rated COVID-19 infection-fatality risks presented in different formats.
Analysis of survey findings: what the public already know, want to know and need to know, about their personal risks from COVID-19
Description of survey responses of members of the UK public to opinion questions about risks posed by COVID-19, and desire for information about this risk
Analysis of an experiment to test the effects of different formats of communication of indirect uncertainty around the COVID-19 R number on a public audience
The R code for this analysis can be found in the OSF repository: https://osf.io/ypf6c/
For each outcome, responses were analysed with a mixed two-way ANOVA, treating format as between-subjects factor and R range as a within-subjects factor. The Greenhouse-Geisser correct...