Reproducibility PI Manifesto
Citation: Lorena A. Barba (2012/12/13) Reproducibility PI Manifesto. Figshare (RSS)
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- I will teach my graduate students about reproducibility.
- Lab notebook
- Version control
- publication-quality plots in group meetings
- All our research code (and writing) is under version control.
- Local repo for manuscripts and prototypes
- Public repo for released code and collaborative projects
- We will always carry out validation and verification.
- ... in a public place (e.g. Figshare).
- For main results in paper, share data, scripts, and plot under CC-BY.
- There are reasons not to use CC-BY
- We will upload preprint to repository (arXiv, etc.).
- We will update it after publishing.
- Release source code after submission
- Under permissive license
- We will add "Reproducibility declaration" to end of paper.
- I will keep an up-to-date web presence.