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Badge of Reproducibility

Coming back to the badge meme from earlier this week, John Cook’s new Reproducible Research blog pointed me at this page on the EPFL site advertising a paper called “What, Why and How of Reproducible Research in Signal Processing”. Notice the “Reproducible Research” badge? The “add your evaluation” link takes you to a formlet that lets you choose between:

  1. I have tested this code and it works
  2. I have tested this code and it does not work (on my computer)
  3. I have tested this code and was able to reproduce the results from the paper
  4. I have tested this code and was unable to reproduce the results from the paper

It’s a good start…

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Written by Greg Wilson

2008/07/23 at 19:02

Posted in Community, Noticed, Opinion

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  1. That’s great news!

    Bill Mill

    2008/07/23 at 22:05

  2. […] We also did some advertizing for this paper recently by e-mail, and I must admit it is always nice to see the reactions you get… ! It was also picked up in the blogosphere by John Cook, hosting http://www.reproducibleresearch.org, here and here, and by Greg Wilson on The Third Bit. […]


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