ReproZip

Affiliated institutions: New York University

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Description: A tool to aid reproducibility of research.

License: BSD 3-Clause "New"/"Revised" License

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ReproZip is a tool aimed at simplifying the process of creating reproducible experiments from command-line executions. It tracks operating system calls and creates a package that contains all the binaries, files, and dependencies required to run a given command on the author’s computational environment. A reviewer can then extract the experiment in his own environment to reproduce the results, eve...

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  • ReproZip Examples

    This project provides examples of packing and unpacking using ReproZip.

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  • Using ReproZip for Reproducibility and Library Services

    This is a pre-print of a manuscript pending publication. Achieving research reproducibility is challenging in many ways: there are social and cultur...

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  • Workshop Use Case 2: ReproZip

    Use Case 2: ReproZip Breakout Session(s) held at Container Strategies for Data & Software Preservation Workshop convened by Data and Software Pres...

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  • ReproZip for Reproducible Research


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  • Open, Public Goods Infrastructure for Research Management & Discovery IASSIST 2017

    Presentations on open technical infrastructure that supports research reproducibility, open access mandates, and data management and sharing requireme...

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  • EGU 2017 Reproducible Research Short Course Materials

    Materials for the short course "Reproducible computational research in the publication cycle" at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2017 ...

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  • Writing reprocible geoscience papers using R Markdown, Docker, and GitLab

    Reproducibility is unquestionably at the heart of science. Scientists face numerous challenges in this context, not least the lack of concepts, tools,...

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  • ReproServer


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