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Darrel Ince Les Hatton, John Graham-Cumming

2012b1

The case for open computer programs

doi:10.1038/nature10836Nature_nearfinal.pdf

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A detailed case arguing that scientific results which do not include the source code of any software used to produce them are not intrinsically reproducible and therefore not a product of the scientific method. Please note that in line with Nature requirements, this is not the form as published, which has additional references, notably to Schwab, Karrenbach and Claerbout (2000) who grasped this nettle early.None yet10

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