Reproducible Research and the Open Science Framework

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Description: A talk for the Community of Interest in Data Engineering at PNNL

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


Abstract: Reproducible Science and the Open Science Framework Speaker: Natalie Meyers Open, transparent and reproducible science is stronger science. Sharing scientific materials – and being transparent about the research process and its contributors – is desirable but not incentivized or facilitated enough. Publishing norms incentivize novel, positive results over complete reporting. Researcher...


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