Event Description (this event is only open for Durham University staff and research students ONLY)
Reproducibility, the ability to reproduce reported results from available data, computer code and reported methodology or documentation, is the minimum requirement for assessing robustness and reliability of research outputs.
To promote reproducibility and provide opportunity for researchers to engage with it in practice, the Durham Research Method Centre, Durham University Advanced Research Computing, the Durham University Research Data Team and Durham RIOTS Club have organised a ReproHack. This is a half-day reproducibility hackathon where participants attempt to reproduce results from code. data and documentation from papers or pre-prints, usually on their own laptop. It is also an opportunity for researchers to help others learn from their work by submitting their papers, code, data and documentation for reproduction and review.
The day will begin with an introduction and two short talks by guest speakers:
Emma Karoune is an Archaeobotanist/Palaeocologist and Open Researcher at the Alan Turing Institute, as well as a Fellow of the Software Sustainability Institute. Emma will talk about her work on the Turing Way, a handbook on reproducible, ethical and collaborative data science
Etienne Roesch is Associate Professor of Cognitive Science at the University of Reading, and Deputy Director of the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience & Neurodynamics. He will talk about his work with the UK Reproducibility Network.
By joining our event, you agree to abide by our Code of Conduct
We invite authors to submit details of their paper, code, data and documentation for reproduction and review. This will give you an opportunity to receive constructive criticism and feedback on your paper. You can submit your paper on the Reprohack Hub. Please remember to associate your paper with the Durham University Reprohack event during submission.
Scroll down to see a list of papers associated with this event or browse the full list of submitted papers.
Join us at a half-day hybrid event held on May 19th from 10-3 PM in EH202, Elvet Hill House at Durham University, OR online.
|10:00-11:00||Introduction and Invited Speakers|
|11:00-11:15||Intro & Ice breaker session in groups|
|11:15-12:25||Reprohack Part 1|
|12:25-12:30||Brief round-up for of Part 1|
|12:30-13:00||LUNCH (will be provided to in-person attendees)|
|13:00-14:15||Reprohack Part 2|
|14:15-15:00||Round-up & Discussion|
This paper has been published. I want to make sure my codes are reproducible for future verification of my findings.
This hindcasted rainfall map series is the first of its type.