Sufi, Shoaib, Chue Hong, Neil, Hettrick, Simon, Antonioletti, Mario, Crouch, Stephen, Hay, Alexander, Inupakutika, Devasena, Jackson, Mike, Pawlik, Aleksandra, Peru, Giacomo, Robinson, John, Carr, Les, De Roure, David, Goble, Carole and Parsons, Mark
Software in reproducible research: advice and best practice collected from experiences at the collaborations workshop
At 1st ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on Reproducible Research Methodologies and New Publication Models in Computer Engineering (TRUST'14), United Kingdom.
09 - 11 Jun 2014.
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The Collaborations Workshop 2014 (CW14) brought together representatives from across the research community to discuss the issues around software’s role in reproducible research. In this paper we summarise the themes, practices and ideas raised at the workshop. We also consider how the “unconference” format of the CW14 helps in eliciting information and forming future collaborations around aspects of reproducible research. In particular, we describe three distinct areas of concern which emerged from the event: collaboration readiness, capability enhancement and advocacy
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