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Publication - Dr Thomas Pasquier

    Sharing and preserving computational analyses for posterity with encapsulator

    Citation

    Pasquier, T, Lau, MK, Han, X, Fong, E, Lerner, BS, Boose, ER, Crosas, M, Ellison, AM & Seltzer, M, 2018, ‘Sharing and preserving computational analyses for posterity with encapsulator’. Computing in Science and Engineering, vol 20., pp. 111-124

    Abstract

    Open data and open source software might be part of the solution to sciences reproducibility crisis, but they are insufficient to guarantee reproducibility. Requiring minimal end-user expertise, the encapsulator system creates a time capsule with reproducible code in a self-contained computational environment. encapsulator provides end users with a fully featured desktop environment for reproducible research.

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