[ESIP-all] AGU session 8601 On Reproducibility

Nicholas Weber nmweber at illinois.edu
Wed Jul 8 14:59:20 EDT 2015

Dear All,

There are a number of interesting sessions related to research transparency
and replication at AGU this year. Please consider a submission to this
broad session on tools and applications for reproducible research - we're
especially interested to hear about work you might be doing with containers
/ virtualization.

*Session ID#: * 8601
Session Description:
The increased computational complexity of earth and environmental science
research requires a reliable and authoritative account of how a finding was
generated. This can include provenance or workflow capture, software and
data citation, or more generally the open publishing of electronic
laboratory notebooks and research protocols. Informatics has enabled each
of these approaches to conducting reproducible research to become easier,
faster, and cheaper for the practicing earth and environmental scientist.
Presentations in this session will describe current approaches to
facilitating reproducible research, and metrics for evaluating their
success; this might include new applications for ensuring research results
are recomputable, or use cases that offer a new approach to making data,
code, workflows, and software containers an openly accessible component of
the traditional scholarly record.

Primary Convener:
*Nicholas Weber*, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Urbana, IL,
United States
*Edmund M Hart*, University of Vermont, Biology, Burlington, VT, United
States and *Christine M Laney*, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso,
TX, United States


   - GC - Global Environmental Change
   - PA - Public Affairs
   - SI - Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences

 Index Terms:

1920 Emerging informatics technologies
1930 Data and information governance
1976 Software tools and services
1999 General or miscellaneous

Nic Weber
Ph.D Candidate
the iSchool @ University of Illinois; Urbana Champaign
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