Resources

All data on this website is made available under the CC-BY license. This means that you can reuse it as long as you credit us. Please link back to this page (www.preferencesfortruthtelling.com) or include the following citation:

Abeler, J., Nosenzo, D. & Raymond, C. (2016) Preferences for Truth-telling, IZA Discussion Paper 10188, http://ftp.iza.org/dp10188.pdf

The source code for this website is in our github repository.

The Stata code for the meta study and the static graphs in the research paper will be available here (coming soon).

The entire data set for replication (in Stata and csv forms) will be available here (coming soon).

The R/Shiny code for the interactive graphs on this website will be available here (coming soon).

If you want to use the static graphs in a presentation or publication, high-resolution pictures are included in this sample PowerPoint presentation (coming soon).

You can imbed the interactive graphs into your website by using the following direct links:

Figure 1 (Average report and effect of incentives): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe1/?allowPopout=TRUE

Figure 2 (Distribution of reports): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe2/?allowPopout=TRUE

Figure 3 (Men vs. women): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe3/?allowPopout=TRUE

Figure 4 (Country): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe4/?allowPopout=TRUE

Figure 5 (Repetition): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe5/?allowPopout=TRUE

Figure 6 (Individual-level analysis): https://livedataoxford.shinyapps.io/experimental_economics_iframe6/?allowPopout=TRUE