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Reproducible Research Badges

This blog post presents work based on the study project Badges for computational geoscience containers at ifgi. We thank the project team for their valuable contributions!

This blog post was extended and presented and published as a peer-reviewed short paper at the AGILE Conference 2019. Find the article here on EarthArXiv and the presentation here on OSF. The citation is
Nüst, Daniel, Lukas Lohoff, Lasse Einfeldt, Nimrod Gavish, Marlena Götza, Shahzeib T. Jaswal, Salman Khalid, et al. 2019. “Guerrilla Badges for Reproducible Geospatial Data Science (AGILE 2019 Short Paper).” EarthArXiv. June 19. doi:10.31223/osf.io/xtsqh.

Introduction

Today badges are widely used in open source software repositories. They have a high recognition value and consequently provide an easy and efficient way to convey up-to-date metadata. Version numbers, download counts, test coverage or container image size are just a few examples. The website Shields.io provides many types of such badges. It also has an API to generate custom ones.

Now imagine similar badges, i.e. succinct, up-to-date information, not for software projects

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useR!2017

useR!2017 conference logo

This o2r team members Daniel and Edzer had the pleasure to participate in the largest conference of R developers and users, useR!2017 in Brüssels, Belgium.

Daniel presented a new R extension package, containerit, in the Data reproducibility session. It can

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C4RR workshop in Cambridge

Today o2r team member Daniel had the pleasure to present work from the o2r project at the two day Docker Containers for Reproducible Research Workshop held in Cambridge, UK

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Generating Dockerfiles for reproducible research with R

This post is the draft of the vignette for a new R package by o2r team members Matthias and Daniel. Find the original file in the package repository on GitHub.

1. Introduction

Even though R is designed for open and reproducible research, users who want to share their work with others are facing challenges. Sharing merely the R script or R Markdown document should warrant reproducibility, but many analyses rely on additional resources and specific third party software as well. An R script may

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State of the project and next steps

Yesterday the o2r team met for the second time with a group of experts to request feedback on the state of the project.

workshop participants

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Thanks to the valuable questions and comments by our external partners, the project tasks were assessed and refocussed. On top of it, we agreed to collaborate even further and sketched first ideas for putting o2r’s prototypes into real-world settings.

This workshop

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