Commit ca2b3c36 authored by Willi Rath's avatar Willi Rath

Merge branch 'incl-tm-remarks' into 'master'

Include Torge Martin's remarks

See merge request willirath/towards_reproducible_science!20
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> ## Abstract
>
> With a growing public debate around a “reproducibilty crisis”, with journals
> expecting the publication of data associated with a paper, and with funding
> agencies more vigorously enforcing open-data policies, it is often
> overlooked, that the main benefits of reproducible scientific work do not lie
> in fulfilling these rather abstract requirements, but in making scientific
> work more efficient and in greatly facilitating communication and
> collaboration between individual scientists or among small groups.
> This presentation is about the every-day benefits of reproducible science:
> making the scientific workflow more efficient by facilitating communication
> and collaboration between individual scientists or among small groups. This
> is often overlooked as scientists are more and more forced to enact
> reproducibility by a growing public debate on the “reproducibilty crisis”, by
> journals demanding data published along with the manuscript, by funding
> agencies more vigorously enforcing open-data policies.
>
> After working out how reproducibility is usually broken, this talk seeks to
> provide a simple framework for assessing the reproducibility of scientific
> work flows, and to give an overview of existing building blocks for
> reproducible science at Geomar and beyond.
> After demonstrating how reproducibility is often undermined, this talk seeks
> to provide a simple framework for assessing the reproducibility of scientific
> workflows and to give an overview of existing building blocks for
> reproducible science at GEOMAR and beyond.
>
> This talk is meant for an audience of scientists at any stage in their career
> and in any organisational role, for students, and for technical support
> staff.
>
> The slides address scientists at any stage in their career and in any
> organisational role, and also students as well as technical support staff.
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