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Interactive Forms of Scientific Publication: Screencast

Interactive Forms of Scientific Publication: Screencast

It’s again time for a screencast. An often-mentioned technical obstacle to achieving Open Reproducible Research is the computational environment. If you are not sure what exactly is meant by that, just look at the screencast.

I will show you two concrete examples of issues that can emerge if the computational environment is not considered. Such issues might also be the reason for the differences between the original and reproduced results we saw in section 4. Again, you are encouraged to repeat the steps on your own laptop. Below, you will find all the necessary links. An installation is not needed since we are using Binder. (Yet another benefit of Binder: You can use it in teaching!).

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