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Les Hatton Greg Warr

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Full Computational Reproducibility in Biological Science: Methods, Software and a Case Study in Protein Biology

ArXiV 1608.06897 (2016)HattonWarr_Reproducibility_2016.pdf

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A detailed description of why science falls far short of the requirements for reproducibility imposed by computation and case history in protein biology of how actually to achieve it.None yet9

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