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Les Hatton , John Graham-Cumming, Darrel Ince

2011c4

A Case for Open Programs

Accepted for publicationNatureVersion_20-10-2011.pdf

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A detailed discussion of the importance of providing the complete means to replicate scientific results which depend on computation, (most these days) - software, make instructions and data. The current position is not scientifically sustainable and will cause great harm to scientific progress unless it is addressed. John, Darrel and I have been involved with this topic for a long time one way or another. A very enjoyable collaboration which we hope gets a wider reading.A later version appears elsewhere but to get the one published by Nature, you will have to pay for it. Sorry.10

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