Corpus ID: 195850841

Guerrilla Badges for Reproducible Geospatial Data Science

@inproceedings{NstGuerrillaBF,
  title={Guerrilla Badges for Reproducible Geospatial Data Science},
  author={Daniel N{\"u}st and Lukas Lohoff and Lasse Einfeldt and Nimrod Gavish and Marlena G{\"o}tza and Shahzeib Tariq Jaswal and Salman Khalid and Laura Meierkort and Matthias Mohr and Clara Rendel}
}

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