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QCIF Dec 10
QCIF's -based eResearch Analyst is part of the 's workshop today. Session materials available here:
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Cooper Smout, PhD Dec 10
Pleasure to be a part of this panel discussion today, featuring and . Many thanks to for the invite! Great questions and discussion all round
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CC Australia Dec 10
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Cooper Smout, PhD Dec 10
and Nerida Quatermass lay out the landscape for the 21st century academic
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USQ eResearch Dec 10
and delivering session on enhancing research through reproducibility using research compendium (open data, material and code)
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Karen Best Dec 9
As a , I love, love, love this quote
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Laura Navarro Dec 10
Time to ask the important questions about reproducibility of science. Excited to start a productive discussion with at
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Jeffrey Simpson Dec 10
I really enjoyed this workshop, even if I was a little bit of a fish-out-water
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QCIF Dec 11
Two QCIF staff— & —were involved in the 's Brisbane Re:produce workshop this week about reproducible .
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CC Australia Dec 10
At listening to researchers talking open science skills and workshopping skills for savvy 21stC researchers with
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Carmen Lim Dec 10
We would like to express our thanks especially to , our speakers, and to our sponsors , , , making the workshop possible!
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Kelvin Getley Nov 27
Organised by researchers from and with the support of the Re:produce workshop offers researchers tools to help them make their research more open, transparent and verifiable.
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Carmen Lim Dec 10
Prof on preprints and open access at the workshop
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Rachel Spinks Dec 10
Research output is more than just a peer reviewed publication. It also includes pre-registered reports, pre-prints, protocols, code, & datasets to allow reproducibility of science. Let's start rewarding scientists who use these open practices
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Dag Evensberget Dec 10
workshop. Interactive session on open data, materials and codes led by , and from
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Open Plant Pathology Dec 9
Why don’t we use more in plant pathology? @r_vickerjones gives us good reasons too
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Brisbane Open Research Network Dec 9
3, 2, 1 and almost time for !
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Paul Melloy Dec 10
How I learned to stop worrying and love open science. I have been enjoying the discussion at the Re:Produce workshop in Brisbane
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Free Our Knowledge ✊ Dec 9
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Karen Best Dec 9
Preregistration and registered reports session Wow ... Peer review of your research plan and acceptance of manuscript before you start your !!! Goodbye publication bias🙌
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