Repository Approaches to Improving the Quality of Shared Data and Code
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CitationTrisovic, Ana, Katherine Mika, Ceilyn Boyd, Sebastian Feger, Merce Crosas. "Repository Approaches to Improving the Quality of Shared Data and Code." Data 6, no. 2 (2021): 15. DOI: 10.3390/data6020015
AbstractSharing data and code for reuse has become increasingly important in scientific work over the past decade. However, in practice, shared data and code may be unusable, or published results obtained from them may be irreproducible. Data repository features and services contribute significantly to the quality, longevity, and reusability of datasets. This paper presents a combination of original and secondary data analysis studies focusing on computational reproducibility, data curation, and gamified design elements that can be employed to indicate and improve the quality of shared data and code. The findings of these studies are sorted into three approaches that can be valuable to data repositories, archives, and other research dissemination platforms.
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