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Open Science: Open Reproducible Research

A guide to define and explore the domain of Open Science. This includes Open Access, Digital Humanities, Open Data, OERs, Open Notebooks, Open Peer Review, Open Source, Scientific Social Networks, Citizen Science

Open Reproducible Research

Open Reproducible Research: The act of practicing Open Science and the provision of offering to users free access to experimental elements for research reproduction.

     Reproducibility Testing refers to the process of validating that the reported research results can be obtained in an independent experiment.

     Reproducibility Guidelines: Ground rules to assist with the recreation of research experiments and studies.

     Irreproducibility Studies: The act during which the results of a study or an experiment can be replicated and reproduced.




Reproducible Research and Data Analysis (Book)


Open and Reproducible Research Group