Privacy Policy

On any of our websites, participation and sharing of personal data is voluntary. You can opt out at any time. You can sign up for project updates by giving us your email address and name at If you register for the Replication Markets study, we will collect demographic data and any other site activity, chiefly surveys, forecasts, and comments.

Full details are in the Informed Consent statement. This website uses Google Analytics, a service which transmits website traffic data to Google servers. This instance of Google Analytics does not identify individual users or associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. Reports provided by Google Analytics are used to help us understand website traffic and webpage usage.

On this website, we collect your contact information through a form that you fill out and submit.

Our other websites use proprietary software hosted on AWS.

We also use Qualtrics for surveys, but share no personally identifying information.

We use Google Analytics with GDPR-compliant settings for general site monitoring. You may opt out of this tracking at any time by activiating the “Do Not Track” setting in your browser. We followed the recommendations at Oriel Blog to make the site GDPR-compliant.

We encrypt and store your data in a password protected location.

If you opt for prize payment, that data is stored separately and used only for prize payments.

You may unsubscribe at any time, either with the unsubscribe button in an email, or by contacting

If you think “support@” is insufficient, you may reach the Co-Principal Investigator (Charles Twardy) at,, or (703) 817-4773. You may also reach Co-PI Yiling Chen as

Contact information you provide to this site will be used to keep you informed about the Replication Markets project.

Data from our other sites is subject to the privacy statement and informed consent policies of the research study. Briefly, we use the predictions as study ratings, and we use your data in our research on prediction markets and replications. Anonymized data will be publicly archived.

The contact information you provide to will be used exclusively for keeping you informed about the Replication Markets project. We will NOT share this data.

When you register for our research study, you will agree to a detailed informed consent statement that applies to the personal data you provide. Briefly, your identifying information will NOT be shared, but your activity on the site WILL be publicly archived on Open Science Framework or a similar site. (In particular, your username and comments will be available.)

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