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Reproducible Journalism?

Longtime readers know that we here at Irreal do not generally hold journalists in high regard. Putting the best light on things, they are all too often ignorant and lazy. Still, Irreal is nothing if not dedicated to the scientific … Continue reading

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Reproducible Research Webinar

Back in June I wrote about A Complete Example of Reproducible Research with Org. One of the authors of that paper was Arnaud Legrand who has an excellent webinar on reproducible research. Sadly, the video of the talk is in … Continue reading

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Data Sharing in Publications

John Kitchin has a really interesting article in ACS Catalysis on Effective Data Sharing in Scientific Publishing. In it, Kitchin discusses various strategies for embedding supporting data—such as tables and processing code—in a publication's PDF or source file so that … Continue reading

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An Example of Why Reproducible Research Matters

Dennis Ogbe, whom I've written about before, has a nice example of why reproducible research matters. If you've read those previous posts you know that Ogbe is a PhD student in Electrical Engineering at Purdue. As such he reads papers … Continue reading

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Reproducible Research with Docker

Karl Voit retweets this Prove reproducibility, waste less time @mgymrek Gentle intro to Docker for reproducible research http://t.co/Dtp9BuHqiv #openscience — Jason Stirnaman (@jastirn) February 11, 2015 that points to this post from Stacy Konkiel that, in turn, tells us to … Continue reading

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The Weird Americans

Yesterday, I wrote about the Pacific Standard article on problems with reproducibility in the social sciences. Today I stumbled upon a second Pacific Standard article that discusses another insidious way that distortions can creep into studies in fields like psychology … Continue reading

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Another Argument for Reproducible Research

As you all know, I'm a big fan of reproducible research. Most people have an idealized conception of scientific research and that, by and large, it's all about the pursuit of truth. Sadly that's not always the case. The problem … Continue reading

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Data Loss and Reproducible Research

As long-time readers know, I'm a big fan of reproducible research (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7). The aspect that I'm particularly interested in is keeping the data, software, and other supporting material together with the source for the … Continue reading

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Ten Rules for Reproducible Research

Those of you have been around for a while know I'm a big fan of reproducible research. I've written about it here, here, here, here, here, and here. Now Anton Nekrutenko, James Taylor, and Eivind Hovig have a nice article … Continue reading

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