Reproducible Science with LaTeX

@article{Bar2020ReproducibleSW,
  title={Reproducible Science with LaTeX},
  author={Haim Bar and HaiYing Wang},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2010.01482}
}
This paper proposes a procedure to execute external source codes from a LaTeX document and include the calculation outputs in the resulting Portable Document Format (pdf) file automatically. It integrates programming tools into the LaTeX writing tool to facilitate the production of reproducible research. In our proposed approach to a LaTeX-based scientific notebook the user can easily invoke any programming language or a command-line program when compiling the LaTeX document, while using their… Expand

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