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Neyman Seminar: Victoria Stodden Department of Statistics, Columbia University. The Reproducible Computational Science Movement: Tools, Policy, and Results

Seminar: Neyman Seminar | April 25 | 4-5 p.m. | 1011 Evans Hall

Victoria Stodden, Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Columbia University

Department of Statistics

The movement toward reproducible computational science -- where the underlying code and data are made conveniently available along with the published paper -- has accelerated in the last few years. Fields as diverse as statistics, bioinformatics, geosciences, and applied math are making efforts to publish reproducible findings, and journal publication and funding agency requirements are changing. I will motivate the reproducible research movement and discuss my recent work in enabling code and data release through legal and policy standards, as well as new software tools for sharing and deposit.