I know that
@anton-akhmerov and @gsteele13 are leading on applying and reinforcing open science practices , which I think it is very necessary. I was wondering if you can open a channel about questions on that?, Like how to document software properly to ensure reproducibility , learn by good examples,etc . Also about nice documentation techniques using markdown , Jupyterbooks , etc?
what do you think?
Always up for discussing open science! Not sure about a separate category at this point, since a lot of questions fit well also into programming.
I propose to start with questions and make a category later, once the scope becomes clear.
Let’s indeed start with a thread and we can split off into a category if we get too big
Following Anton’s advice below, I forked this into a new topic:
I just wanted to share here some info about the data management and documentation tools we’ve been working with the the SteeleLab (triggered by a questions by
Here, you can find a diagram I wrote up recently about the ICT infrastructure we use in my group for ensuring uniform data integrity and access:
I am happy to describe a bit more about how it works (it is based on a Synology rack station that I bought and administer myself personally).
Also, I’ve been w…
@anton-akhmerov Should I / can I somehow move my message above into a post that is not under the “site feedback” category?
Probably it would indeed make sense to move this to a separate topic, and only leave a note here.
(Move = ctrl-X → ctrl-V)
#; most open science questions fit there, I think. academia