Technical architect at eScience Lab, Dept of Computer Science, The University of Manchester. Open Source research software engineer. Interest: Linked Data, Web, provenance, annotations, Open Science, reproducible research results.
Make research reproducible again
Bioinformatics Technical Hackathon: Tools, Workflows and Workbenches
Institut Pasteur, Paris, 2016-05-18
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What is in a Research Object?
A Research Object bundles and relates digital resources of a scientific experiment or investigation:
Data used and results produced in experimental study
Methods employed to produce and analyse that data
Provenance and settings for the experiments
People involved in the investigation
Annotations about these resources, to improve understanding and interpretation
in the wild
Apache Taverna: Data Bundle
Data Bundle API
SCUFL2 Workflow Bundle
Citation and attribution
Include all relevant sources
.. but how do we prove it?
Benefits of Research Objects
2016-05-18 Make research reproducible again - researchobject.org
By Stian Soiland-Reyes