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How to Read a Research Compendium

@article{Nst2018HowTR,
  title={How to Read a Research Compendium},
  author={Daniel N{\"u}st and Carl Boettiger and Ben Marwick},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1806.09525}
}
Researchers spend a great deal of time reading research papers. Keshav (2012) provides a three-pass method to researchers to improve their reading skills. This article extends Keshav's method for reading a research compendium. Research compendia are an increasingly used form of publication, which packages not only the research paper's text and figures, but also all data and software for better reproducibility. We introduce the existing conventions for research compendia and suggest how to… 

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