Multi-University Collaboration Developing Platform to Improve Research Reproducibility

In a report by Nature, 52 percent of surveyed researchers expressed a belief that there is a significant crisis when it comes to reproducing research. From engineering to biology, there is at least some concern of whether or not a given study’s results can be reproduced and therefore utilized in another study. To overcome this challenge, computational scientists from five research universities, including the University of Notre Dame, are developing a cyberinfrastructure and supporting tools that allow researchers to conduct and track their work — including data and methodologies — in a reproducible way.

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April 11, 2018

Science and TechnologyCenter for Research ComputingCollege of EngineeringCollege of ScienceComputer Science and EngineeringIan TaylorJaroslaw NabrzyskiResearch

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