Reproducible research

The University of Manchester and The Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) will be piloting a workshop on intermediate research software skills for Earth, atmospheric and oceanic sciences from 27 to 31 March 2023. The workshop will take place at the University of Manchester. 
Jesper Sören Dramsch talks about EuroSciPy, his first in-person event after the pandemic, where he presented his machine-learning tutorial and a talk on citations, review and collaborations to make machine learning in research reproducible.
How can we help researchers to work in a reproducible way? This blog post documents a workshop held for researchers in Durham University’s Archaeology Department, which aimed to help them make steps towards using software sustainably and working reproducibly.
Dr Philip Grylls discusses the challenging interplay between reproducible research and early career researchers.
We think research reproducibility is super important! Reproducible research is necessary to ensure scientific outputs can be trusted and built upon in future work.  An important aspect of reproducible research is computational reproducibility. Binder is a great tool to help you do this easily. Here we offer some top tips so you can make the most out of Binder.
Institute Fellow Dr Andrew Stewart has shared ten online workshops for those interested in learning R in the context of Open and Reproducible Research.
Software Sustainability Institute Fellow Stephen Eglen's Codecheck initiative has independently reproduced results from Imperial College's high-profile model of COVID-19.
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Replicability and reproducibility are the ultimate standards

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Over the last year, the Institute has been part

The Institute is delighted to announce that it will be partnering with the UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN) as a stakeholder.

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