Reproducible Research is like riding a bike

@article{Granell2018ReproducibleRI,
  title={Reproducible Research is like riding a bike},
  author={C. Granell and Daniel N{\"u}st and F. Ostermann and R. Sileryte},
  journal={PeerJ Prepr.},
  year={2018},
  volume={6},
  pages={e27216}
}
Reproducibility is a fundamental pillar in science but it has recently been described as hard and challenging to achieve, as stated in numerous editorials and papers, some of which alert on a “reproducibility crisis”. In this article we outline 1/ the approach taken to put Reproducible Research (RR) in the agenda of the GIScience community, 2/ first actions and initial lessons learned towards the discussion and adoption of RR principles and practices in the workflows and habits of researchers… Expand
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