About "open-science" on monperrus.net

by Martin Monperrus
#5 Open-science and Double-blind Peer-Review (October 20, 2017)
Recently, double-blind peer-review has fallen over my research community as a storm. Unfortunately, beyond its noble goal of reducing unfairness, double-blind peer-review may have detrimental collateral effects on open-science. >>> read more
#4 Interesting pointers about open software science (August 01, 2016)
awesome-open-science-software lists resources about open science and software: software as main experimental tool (aka computational methods) software as main study object (software engineering, programming language, systems software, ...). >>> read more
#3 Open-science and Travis: continuous integration for reproducible scientific experiments (April 23, 2016)
BLUF: one can use the concepts from continuous integration for achieving nearly perfectly reproducible computational experiments. A continuous integration server is a server that compiles and runs automated tests for each commit of a software project. >>> read more
#2 Open-science and code sharing (November 24, 2015)
In my software engineering research, I'm often curious about the prototypes and experiments of others, I want to know more, beyond what's written in the paper, I want to try and experiment myself. >>> read more
#1 Six Golden Rules for Writing, Using and Sharing Research Prototypes (April 16, 2013)
A research prototype demonstrates an idea, collects some data for sake of writing a scientific paper. When it's software, it must be considered as a special kind of software. >>> read more