Reproducible Research in Real Estate: A Review and an Example

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Authors Andy Krause
Journal/Conference Name Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education
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Paper Abstract The practice of reproducible research, a central component of the burgeoning open science movement, has been thrust into the public spotlight over the past few years. In this paper, I offer an overview of reproducibility in science, review specific concerns for the real estate field, and survey the current policy regarding reproducibility among top real estate journals. Performing research reproducibly requires a change from the status quo and represents an educational issue. Toward that end, I demonstrate reproducible research via a fully documented and freely-available example of a reproducible hedonic price analysis complete with all data, code, and results hosted online.
Date of publication 2016
Code Programming Language R
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