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Tiffani Williams - Reproducible Research Workshop 2011

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Published on Oct 18, 2011

Tiffani Williams speaks on "Paper Mâché : A Novel System for Executing Scientific Papers"at the Applied Mathematics Perspective Workshop on "Reproducible Research: Tools and Strategies for Scientific Computing" in Vancouver, July 14, 2011.

Workshop website, including slides: http://stodden.net/AMP2011

Talk Abstract: "The increased use of computer software in science makes reproducing scientific results increasingly difficult. The research paper in its current state is no longer sufficient to fully reproduce, validate, or review a paper's experimental results and conclusions. We introduce Paper~M\^{a}ch\'{e}, a new system for creating dynamic, executable research papers. The key novelty of our system is the use of virtual machines, which allows scientists to view and interact with a paper and reproduce key experimental results. Thus, our system provides a bridge that allows everyone to actively participate in the scientific process."

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