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Cameron Neylon Says Interesting Things

This time, he has blogged about best practices for making scientific data available. I think this kind of thing will have a much bigger impact on scientists’ productivity than any amount of parallel supercomputing, and that computer scientists could have a lot of impact by helping “real” scientists figure out how to do it better.


Written by Greg Wilson

2009/02/04 at 20:35

Posted in Noticed, Opinion

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  1. The networking community has already started to look at these issues. See the IMC 2007 paper on the Etiquette of Sharing Measurement Data:

    Stefan Saroiu

    2009/02/05 at 02:23

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