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Marton Kovacs

Marton is a PhD student in the Metascience Lab at ELTE, Hungary. In his doctoral research, Marton mainly focuses on empirically assessing potential blockers of research efficiency at different stages of the research pipeline, and developing tools to mitigate these issues. In his work, Marton (1) explored research data management mistakes and created a taxonomy for their categorization; (2) developed tenzing (, a web app that helps researchers record and report their contributions through the CRediT taxonomy; (3) developed an online tool ( for determining and justifying the sample size of two independent group research designs; and (4) created a template for lab manuals in the life and social sciences.

Marton is currently doing research as a Fulbright scholar at METRICS.