Reproducible research and GIScience: an evaluation using AGILE conference papers
To support researchers in producing reproducible work, the GIScience conference series could offer awards and paper badges, provide author guidelines for computational research, and publish articles in Open Access formats.
Computational reproducibility in geoscientific papers: Insights from a series of studies with geoscientists and a reproduction study
- M. Konkol, C. Kray, Max Pfeiffer
- Computer ScienceInternational Journal of Geographical Information…
- 13 August 2018
Advice is proposed for authors to overcome the issues around reproducibility in the computational geosciences using the R code.
Publishing computational research - a review of infrastructures for reproducible and transparent scholarly communication
- M. Konkol, Daniel Nüst, Laura Goulier
- Computer ScienceResearch Integrity and Peer Review
- 2 January 2020
The applications reviewed support authors to publish reproducible research predominantly with literate programming, such as deployment options and features that support authors in creating and readers in studying executable papers.
Creating Interactive Scientific Publications using Bindings
A toolkit for authors to easily create interactive figures by connecting specific UI widgets to parameters is proposed, and initial evidence that the concept is feasible and applicable to many papers with moderate effort is provided.
Follow the Signs - Countering Disengagement from the Real World During City Exploration
An approach to support navigation and exploration by explicitly managing attention shifts between the virtual and the physical world is proposed and initial evidence that the approach can successfully support navigation while also facilitating the perception of the environment is provided.
Opening the Publication Process with Executable Research Compendia
It is concluded that ERCs provide a novel potential to find, explore, reuse, and archive computer-based research.
The state of reproducibility in the computational geosciences
In-depth examination of spatiotemporal figures in open reproducible research
This work extends the traditional workflow steps Discovery and Inspection by additional capabilities and proposes two new steps: Manipulation of the content of a spatiotemporal figure and Substitution of the underlying code and data.
In-depth examination of spatio-temporal figures in open reproducible research (Preprint)
Reproducible Research in Geoinformatics: Concepts, Challenges and Benefits (Vision Paper)
This vision paper proposes an alternative approach to carry out and report research in Geoinformatics based on (computational) reproducibility, which promises to make re-use and reproduction more effective, and creates new opportunities for further research.