Joint CSDMS-SEN annual meeting 2016: Capturing Climate Change
Geoscience Paper of the Future: Training Session on Best Practices for Publishing Your Research Products
The Geoscience Paper of the Future (GPF) Initiative was created to encourage geoscientists to publish papers together with their associated digital research products following best practices of reproducible articles, open science, and digital scholarship. A GPF includes: 1) Data available in a public repository, including metadata, a license specifying conditions of use, and a citation using a unique and persistent identifier; 2) Software available in a public repository, with documentation, a license for reuse, and a unique and citable using a persistent identifier; 3) Provenance of the results by explicitly describing method steps and their outcome in a workflow sketch, a formal workflow, or a provenance record. Learn to write a GPF and submit to a special section of AGU’s Earth and Space Sciences Journal. More at http://www.ontosoft.org/gpf/.
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