In collaboration with SciLifeLab Data Centre, eLife streamed the full proceedings of a workshop on reproducibility and data reuse in life sciences. The focus for the day was on good research practices for data reuse, how to conduct and communicate your work to maximise reproducibility.
Nine speakers ran sessions throughout the day, including Emmy Tsang, Innovation Community Manager at eLife who discussed reproducibility in publishing. Her session covered existing tools available to researchers that support reproducibility, as well as our current project to create an open, scalable infrastructure for the publication of computationally reproducible articles.
You can watch specific sessions by clicking on the links below.
Session 1 | Tools for reproducibility
- Introduction to reproducible research, Leif Väremo Wigge, NBIS
- Toolbox for reproducible research – version control, environment and workflow managers, computational notebooks, and containers, John Sundh and Leif Väremo Wigge, NBIS
- Wrapup – Tools for reproducibility, Leif Väremo Wigge, NBIS
Session 2 | Publishing and open science
- Reproducible publishing, Emmy Tsang, eLife
- Data management and repositories, Niclas Jareborg, NBIS
- Open data publishing, Santa Halling, VR
- Making data publishing meritable, Mark Hahnel, Figshare
Session 3 | Reuse of published data
- Novel and upcoming approaches for data reuse, Huajin Wang, Carnegie Mellon University
- A case study of data reuse: using past AMR surveillance data for new analysis, Liam Shaw, University of Oxford
- Research Data Support in Sweden, Representatives from Swedish universities