John Wilbanks - Reproducible Research Workshop 2011





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Published on Oct 18, 2011

John Wilbanks speaks on "Freedom (to reproduce)" 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: "In culture and in commerce, networks have put the users at the center of design. We can buy, search, post, and connect...maybe too much. But science, education, and other research-driven fields have resisted this transition, continuing to focus on institutions in reacting to the network. The "digital commons" movement puts the user at the center of a legal layer of the network, and using commons-based design, allows for the rights to reproduce research as well as touching on the use of standards to describe and mark research for reuse."


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