• Computer Science
  • Published in TaPP 2015

Linking Prospective and Retrospective Provenance in Scripts

@inproceedings{Dey2015LinkingPA,
  title={Linking Prospective and Retrospective Provenance in Scripts},
  author={Saumen C. Dey and Khalid Belhajjame and David Koop and Meghan Raul and Bertram Lud{\"a}scher},
  booktitle={TaPP},
  year={2015}
}
Scripting languages like Python, R, and MATLAB have seen significant use across a variety of scientific domains. To assist scientists in the analysis of script executions, a number of mechanisms, e.g., no Workflow, have been recently proposed to capture the provenance of script executions. The provenance information recorded can be used, e.g., to trace the lineage of a particular result by identifying the data inputs and the processing steps that were used to produce it. By and large, the… CONTINUE READING

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