Opening the Publication Process with Executable Research Compendia

@article{Nst2017OpeningTP,
  title={Opening the Publication Process with Executable Research Compendia},
  author={Daniel N{\"u}st and Markus Konkol and Edzer J. Pebesma and Christian Kray and Marc Schutzeichel and Holger Przibytzin and J{\"o}rg Lorenz},
  journal={D Lib Mag.},
  year={2017},
  volume={23}
}
A strong movement towards openness has seized science. Open data and methods, open source software, Open Access, open reviews, and open research platforms provide the legal and technical solutions to new forms of research and publishing. However, publishing reproducible research is still not common practice. Reasons include a lack of incentives and a missing standardized infrastructure for providing research material such as data sets and source code together with a scientific paper. Therefore… 

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