By M. H. Beals, Catherine Jones, Geraint Palmer, Mike Jackson, Henry Wilde, John Hammersley, Daniel Grose, Robin Long, Adrian-Tudor Panescu, Kirstie Whitaker
This post is part of the Collaborations Workshops 2018 speed blogging series.
By Naomi Penfold, eLife, Penny Andrews, University of Sheffield, M. H.
By Melodee Beals, Digital Historian at Loughborough University and Software Sustainability Institute fellow
By M.H. Beals, Loughborough University, J. H, Nielsen, UCL, B. A. Laken, UCL and M. Antonioletti, University of Edinburgh.
A speed blog from the Collaborations Workshop 2016 (CW16).
The importance and credit associated with publishing negative results.
As researchers, the majority our experiments and explorations do not always pan out. When this occurs, pressure prompts us to move on to the next idea, looking for that big result that will make our name and build our reputation. What are the knock-on effects of doing this? By not reporting our failures, are…
A fast speed blog from the Fellows 2016 inaugural meeting produced while discussing 'Which commonly held ideas in research software are impeding progress and need to be retired?'
by Melodee Beals, (Loughborough University), Vincent Knight (Cardiff University), Neil Chue Hong (University of Edinburgh) and Jon Hill (University of York).
In this tweet the idea of sharing code as a sufficient and beneficial practice in reproducible research is exposed:
“You can download our code from the URL supplied. Good luck downloading the only postdoc who can…