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Reproduzierbarkeit leicht gemacht – „GESIS Notebooks“ fĂŒr eine offene Wissenschaft

Die „GESIS Notebooks“ versetzen Wissenschaftler*innen in die Lage, hochkomplexe Forschungsprozesse mit wenig Aufwand und größtmöglicher Unterstützung nachzuvollziehen. In einer web-basierten interaktiven Arbeitsumgebung lassen sich komplexe Rechenprozesse virtuell durchführen, ohne eine leistungsstarke und teure Hardwareinfrastruktur selbst vorhalten zu müssen. Dadurch wird die Reproduzierbarkeit von Forschung deutlich einfacher; somit unterstützen die „GESIS Notebooks“




Making a ‘Pre-Publishing’ Research Workflow Open Source

Being open & transparent saves time & improves research Image: Before – After. ‘Being open & transparent saves time & improves research: The Grackle Project’ and ‘Making a ‘Pre-Publishing’ Research Workflow Open Source’ modification of slide 25 from keynote presentation from the 13th Munin Conference (Tromsø, Norway) by Dr. Corina Logan, “We won’t be… ‘Bullied into Bad Science’”, …

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An Interview with de-RSE: Supporting Researchers Using Software

An interview by GenR with members of the newly forming German association of Research Software Engineers – de-RSE. The association is being formally constituted in late November 2018 (next week 26th Nov., Berlin) and will provide a new support network for the wider software community. Highlights being a summer 2018 conference in Potsdam

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Socializing Infrastructures #infraQA

GenR theme asking questions about ‘how’ to transition to Open Science infrastructures. What can researchers make use of and how to get involved in shaping their future. Covering: software as infrastructure, governance, tools, methodologies, pedagogy, knowledge, & institutions.

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GenR Themes Survey

The survey is now closed 7 Nov 2018. Thank you for your contributions. At GenR we’re thinking about how best to help researchers develop their Open Science practice and how people can be supported by institutions in developing these new skills. A short survey has been put together to help select the next theme for …

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