Reproducible Publications at AGILE Conferences

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Description: Reproducible research (RR) is a crucial topic for any research domain using computational processes, including GIScience. Recent research has shown, that AGILE conference ( publications leave room for improvement regarding their computational reproducibility. The AGILE council generously supports an initiative for development of new guidelines for AGILE conference submissions to improve reproducibility. The planned duration of the initiative is January 2019 to June 2019. The initiative will prepare new author guidelines and reviewer guidelines suitable for all submission types (full, short, poster). This project captures all material used and created by the initiative. The development versions and base material are collaboratively edited using Google Drive/Docs/Presentations/Spreadsheets. The main outputs are available as PDFs in the "OSF Storage" section of the Files component.

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READ THE GUIDELINES: AGILE Reproducible Paper Guidelines Wiki This community wiki welcomes your contributions to provide support for putting the AGILE Reproducible Paper Guidelines into practice. Data examples Software examples Resources & Literature Get Support Translations


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  • AGILE Reproducible Paper Guidelines

    Full and short paper submissions to the AGILE conference must include a Data and Software Availability sub-section as part of the Methods section. Thi...

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  • Reproducibility Reviews AGILE 2020

    Reports and materials of reproductions conducted as part of the Reproducible AGILE initiative, reproducing accepted papers at the AGILE conference.

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