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05/16/2012

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Andreas Wolkenstein

Marcus, thanks for this post. Indeed, I am planning to submit a proposal, actually I have a couple of ideas.
How did you proceed when you came across the Experiment Month initiative? Did you have concrete ideas and just submitted them, or did you have a rather vague idea and contacted the people from EM before? As the experiments are mainly run online I guess that you can take part from anywhere in the world, right?
In any case, thank you for your help!

Marcus Arvan

Hi Andreas, here's what I did to the best of my memory. I put together a one-page outline explaining the basic ideas behind the experiment. I then sent that outline to the EM people, asking for their help or feedback. They gave me some tips. I then turned it into a full proposal. If you'd like to take a look at the proposal I eventually sent them, I'm be happy to forward it to you. Just send me an email at marvan@ut.edu -- best of luck with it!

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