Reproducible research and GIScience: an evaluation using AGILE conference papers

  title={Reproducible research and GIScience: an evaluation using AGILE conference papers},
  author={Daniel N{\"u}st and C. Granell and B. Hofer and M. Konkol and F. Ostermann and R. Sileryte and V. Cerutti},
  • Daniel Nüst, C. Granell, +4 authors V. Cerutti
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • PeerJ
  • The demand for reproducible research is on the rise in disciplines concerned with data analysis and computational methods. Therefore, we reviewed current recommendations for reproducible research and translated them into criteria for assessing the reproducibility of articles in the field of geographic information science (GIScience). Using this criteria, we assessed a sample of GIScience studies from the Association of Geographic Information Laboratories in Europe (AGILE) conference series, and… CONTINUE READING
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