What can the Zigglebottom Tagger teach academic publishing?
Keywords:reproduce results, Zigglebottom
AbstractIn recent years, there has been a focus upon open access to research articles, and to access to the data underlying the analyses. The story of the fictious Zigglebottom Tagger stresses the importance of the ability to reproduce results, and the talk will discuss how this goal can be achieved.
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