Daily Archives: January 26, 2010

Ars technica article on reproducibility in science

John Timmer wrote an excellent article called “Keeping computers from ending science’s reproducibility.” I’m quoted in it. Here’s an excellent follow up blog post by Grant Jacobs, “Reproducible Research and computational biology.”

Posted in Open Science, Reproducible Research, Scientific Method, Software, Statistics, Technology, Uncategorized | Tagged | Leave a comment

Code Repository for Machine Learning: mloss.org

The folks at mloss.org — Machine Leaning Open Source Software — invited a blog post on my roundtable on data and code sharing, held at Yale Law School last November. mloss.org’s philosophy is stated as: “Open source tools have recently … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences, Open Science, Reproducible Research, Software | Leave a comment