Crowdsourcing Guidelines for a Successful Data Event  /

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Description: This component contains introductory material, case studies, and (where available) discussion group notes about the Center for Open Science Workshop on Reproducible Research. The discussion groups were held during the RDAP 2016 panel "Crowdsourcing Guidelines for a Successful Data Event: An Un(conference) Panel." Files are documented in a ReadMe on the component's wiki.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


Center for Open Science Workshop on Reproducible Research The Center for Open Science (@OSFramework) is a Charlottesville, VA-based nonprofit with a mission to "increase openness, integrity, and reproducibility of scientific research." COS offers a number of free services, including Virtual and in-person workshops on reproducible research and good statistical practices Individual statistical con...


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