Seminar announcement: An example of reproducible research (University College Cork)

Posted on Tue 21 August 2018 in Blog


Neutral competition and chaos. An example of reproducible research


Have you ever thought of how many lines of scientific code are hidden in researcher's hard drives? Have you ever tried to reproduce a complicated algorithm described only with words on a scientific publication? In this talk, I will use my recently released paper as a case study to briefly review the technical possibilities and difficulties regarding publishing, citing and maintaining scientific code.

Spacetime coordinates

  • 29 August 2018, 12:15-12:35 (local timezone)
  • Aula Maxima. University College Cork. Ireland.

Key references

  1. Rodríguez-Sánchez P, van Nes EH, Scheffer M. Neutral competition boosts chaos in food webs. Preprint available in arXiv
  2. Rodríguez-Sánchez P. PabRod/Chaos-and-neutrality: Analysis script for “Neutral competition boosts chaos in food webs”. 2018. Available here
  3. Wilson G, Aruliah DA, Brown CT, Chue Hong NP, Davis M, Guy RT, et al. Best Practices for Scientific Computing. Eisen JA, editor. PLoS Biol [Internet]. 2014 Jan 7. Available here