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Questions related to research in which data and/or code is made publicly available so that others may verify the findings and build upon them.

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There is absolutely no reason that you can't publish a paper that says "We compared our method to methods X and Y. Since code the original code was not available for X and Y, we reimplemented the meth …
answered Oct 14 by Ian Sudbery
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In computaitonal research I would argue that something is "reproducible" if I can rerun your analysis with your code and get the same answer as you did. This might sound trivial, with differences real …
answered Oct 16 '18 by Ian Sudbery
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Its totally normal practice for patient data to be allowed to be stored only on properly secured, regulated and monitored servers. In my field (genomics), databases exist where researchers can depos …
answered Oct 31 by Ian Sudbery