status: Completed

Chair (s): Bernard Schutz, Victoria Stodden

Group Email: [group_email]

Secretariat Liaison: enquiries@rd-alliance.org


This interest group seeks to advance and enable reproducibility in research based on or producing datasets. Our goals are to provide community based recommendations and infrastructure solutions, doing so in coordination with the other RDA Working and Interest Groups where appropriate. Our efforts are also intended to produce Working Groups that can pilot these recommendations and solutions, with an eye to building on existing computational infrastructure.

Posts

16
April
2021

BibLaTeX support for software (Was: Re: [rda-datacitation-wg] Data Citation - Participate in shaping BibLaTeX)

by Roberto Di Cosmo

[cross-posting this message to other groups that may find this relevant, with some context for them, apologies to the Data Citation WG for repetitions] Dear all, there is an interesting thread in the Data Citation WG about extending the @dataset entry in biblatex, which is just treated as @misc in biblatex today, and falls quite short of fitting the bill [1]. A year ago, we had a similar situation for the @software entry type, which is also just an alias for the @misc entry. Today, the situation has changed a lot,
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10
November
2020

CURE-FAIR WG at RDA VP16

by Limor Peer

Dear all,   The RDA 16th Plenary meeting is taking place from November 9-12, 2020. The CURE-FAIR Working Group will be participating in Breakout 8 on Thursday November 12, 2020, 9:00 - 10:30 PM UTC in a session on the "current state of curation practices that support computational reproducibility."  
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27
October
2020

[request for input] Challenges with computational reproducibility

by Limor Peer

Dear All, A quick reminder that we are seeking your input: We invite you to share your pain-point stories relating to computational reproducibility (i.e., the ability to repeat the analysis and arrive at the same results). Whether you are a researcher, data manager, repository manager, publisher, or otherwise involved in the research enterprise -- we want to hear about your experiences!
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10
June
2020

Preprint on reproducibility feedback request (awarded RDA Europe adoption grant)

by Mohammad Akhlaghi

Dear all,   The Maneage project (MANaging data linEAGE: maneage.org) was awarded an RDA Europe Adoption grant last year for adopting the recommendations of the RDA/WDS Publishing Data Workflows Working Group from the researcher's perspective. In this time, thanks to RDA's support, we were able to present it in several international seminars, hold some workshops and increase its user base (and thus improve its implementation, documentation and etc).   I am happy to say that a draft paper describing its founding principles and the necessity of considering longevity in reproducible solutions has...
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19
May
2020

CURE-FAIR case statement for review

by Limor Peer

Dear colleagues, The CURE-FAIR Working Group Case Statement is under community review until June 15, 2020. The goal of the WG is to establish guidelines and standards for curating for reproducible and FAIR data and code. The WG aims to engage with RDA groups working on related and complementary projects, and we invite you to review the document and provide feedback.
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06
April
2020

CURE-FAIR session update - Virtual Plenary 15

by Limor Peer

Dear CURE-FAIR WG participants, Thank you for participating in the RDAV15 joint session of the CURE-FAIR WG and the Reproducible Health Data Services WG. Whether you attended on April 1 or 2 (or both!), we appreciate your time and willingness to engage with this work!
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26
March
2020

RDA virtual plenary: CURE-FAIR WG & Reproducible Health Data Services WG joint session on April 1 and 2

by Limor Peer

Dear Colleagues, As you know, RDA has made the difficult decision to cancel the 15th Plenary in Melbourne and to proceed with a virtual plenary meeting between 8 March – 10 April 2020.
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18
December
2019

I-ESA: Smarter Interoperability with Federation and Artificial Intelligence (SIFAI) workshop

by Joao Moreira

Dear colleagues,  I'm  supporting Prof. Marten van Sinderen (U.Twente) to organize this workshop in I-ESA, a relevant conference in interoperability research.  Submissions from the group are welcome. Apologies for cross-posting. Best regards, João   
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29
November
2019

Ten years reproducibility challenge: call for participation

by Roberto Di Cosmo

Dear all, I'm delighted to share an interesting initiative that calls for authors to try to reproduce their own results, dating back 10 years or more, involving source code they wrote. There are so many reasons why one may fail: for a starter, one might not even find the (right version of) the source code of the software written back then! You can find the details of the call at https://rescience.github.io/ten-years/
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14
November
2019

Biomedical Transparency Summit - January 24, 2020 in Washington DC

by Sarah Hadley

Hello - Following on from the success of our US-European 2019 Biomedical Transparency Summit series, CBMRT would like to invite you to its 2020 US Summit in Washington DC on January 24, 2020.  This year's outstanding speaker line-up includes Dr. Michael Lauer (NIH), Dr. David Mellor (Center for Open Science), Dr. Bette Phiminster (New England Journal of Medicine), Dr. Harold Sox (PCORI), and Dr.
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