Making a FOSS Research Workflow: Being open & transparent saves time & improves research

Image: 13th Munin Conference (Tromsø​​​​​​​, Norway) by Dr. Corina Logan, “We won’t be… ‘Bullied into Bad Science'”, 28.11.2018, slides (slide 25: Being open & transparent saves time & improves research): https://osf.io/sy9f7/ CCBY4.0

– A Twitter research sprint #RFOSS


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‘Making a FOSS Research Workflow’ based on a keynote presentation from the 13th Munin Conference (Tromsø​​​​​​​, Norway) by Dr. Corina Logan, “We won’t be… ‘Bullied into Bad Science'”, 28.11.2018, slides (slide 25: Being open & transparent saves time & improves research): https://osf.io/sy9f7/

The objective of this new collaborative work is to take the existing ‘free to use’ research workflow (slide 25) and see what Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) tools are available to update it into a ‘FOSS’ workflow that can be widely used. The results will be published on GenR.

References

Logan, Corina, Laurent Gatto, Ross Mounce, Stephen Eglen, Adrian Currie, and Lauren Maggio. ‘We Won’t Be… “Bullied into Bad Science”’, 2018. https://doi.org/10/gfkzf8.

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