[ESIP-all] Upcoming DataONE Webinar: The Open Science Framework: Increasing Reproducibility Across the Entire Research Lifecycle
Amber E Budden
aebudden at dataone.unm.edu
Fri Sep 25 12:39:57 EDT 2015
Dear ESIP Community
We are pleased to open registration for the October DataONE Webinar Series
*The Open Science Framework: Increasing Reproducibility Across the Entire
Dr Courtney Soderbery, Center for Open Science.
Tuesday *October 13th at 9:00am Pacific / 12:00 noon Eastern*.
The webinar abstract is available below. There is no cost to registration
however you must pre-register at: www.dataone.org/upcoming-webinar.
We welcome you to join us for this and future webinars in the series.
Webinars are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 12 noon Eastern
Time. They will be recorded and made available for viewing latter the same
day. A Q&A forum will also be available to attendees and later viewers
More information on the DataONE Webinar Series can be found at:
www.dataone.org/webinars and we welcome suggestions for speakers and topics.
Over the past few years there has been a growing movement to make data and
code openly available to increase the reproducibility of scientific
research. While these steps are important, they leave out information about
how research questions, hypotheses, and analytical decisions may have
changed over time. This type of information can have important implications
for the reproducibility and interpretation of scientific findings. This
webinar will discuss how different points in the research lifecycle can
affect reproducibility and why tracking how research evolves over time is
important for reproducibility. The webinar will also introduce the Open
Science Framework, a free, open source web tool designed by the Center for
Open Science to help researchers manage, document, and share their entire
Amber E Budden, PhD
Director, Community Engagement and Outreach
University of New Mexico
1312 Basehart SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
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