Monthly Archives: March 2011

Reproducibility in Climate Science

The idea of ‘reproducibility’ is fundamental to scientific culture. Scientists don’t merely develop theories, construct models, form hypotheses, perform experiments, collect data, and use it to test their theories. They describe their theories, models, hypotheses, experiments, and data, in published … Continue reading

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Accepted for Google Summer of Code

We are proud to announce that we have been accepted as a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code. Since we announced our application, we have been contacted by more than a dozen students from all over the world, keen … Continue reading

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Why publish code: a case study

Scientists often ask why they should publish their data-processing codes. “After all,” they say, “the paper describes the algorithm.” There are many good reasons to publish science source code, including: The paper usually does not include a full description of … Continue reading

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