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Title Treading a New Path for Reproducible Research: Part 1
Author Roger Peng
Year 2013
Journal Simply Statistics
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Link for Open Access (http://simplystatistics.org/2013/08/21/treading-a-new-path-for-reproducible-research-part-1/)
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Contributed_by Ron Thisted
Commentary - A useful discussion of replication vs reproducibility. This is an important distinction, as they address fundamentally different (but related) problems, and he outlines some benefits of a reproducible workflow. Peng argues that the infamous Duke (Potti) case was not a failure of reproducibility! A provocative assertion (with which I disagree) is
``Reproducibility plays a role only in the most downstream aspect of the research process--post-publication.''
But this is prelude to a discussion of moving reproducibility further forward in the process---a point we discussed in our last conference call.
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Reference_Subject Reproducible_Research
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Topic revision: r1 - 20 Oct 2013 - 17:09:17 - MaryBanach
 

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