Today, we showcase a new way for researchers to tell their full story with our first computationally #reproducible article, in collaboration with and Tim Errington
"Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article. Blending the traditional manuscript with live code, data and interactive figures, we showcase a new way for researchers to tell their full story."
The paper of the future
📊 Blending the traditional manuscript with live code, data and interactive figures, showcase a new way for researchers to tell their full story:
Welcome to the future - how research articles will more and more look like: Computationally reproducible article #opensource #OpenScience
Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article
Academic publishing’s addiction to a stale print-era distribution format is the single highest technical hurdle to innovation. And yet, the only way we’ll ever move past PDF is by doing a much better job of showing the benefits of alternative formats.
Neat: today published its first "computationally reproducible article", based on . Each figure includes a working version of the R code used to generate it.
📊 Blending the traditional manuscript with live code, data and interactive figures, showcase a new way for researchers to tell their full story:
Articles with reproducible code and containerized software dependencies - this is really promising! If now text authoring, review process and revisions take place on the same platform it‘ll truly be publishing 2.0
Our goal is to create a scalable #publishing workflow for #reproducible articles, and feedback from the #community will help us build this functionality into our submission, review and production systems.
eLife’s “computationally reproducible article”: “Blending the traditional manuscript with live code, data and interactive figures, we showcase a new way for researchers to tell their full story.” And it’s all open source.
Big step towards a fun place. Articles with embedded data and code that let you really interact with the data.
Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article. Blending the traditional manuscript with live #code, #data and interactive figures, we showcase a new way for researchers to tell their full story.
"eLife's first computationally reproducible article, blending the traditional manuscript with live code, data and interactive figures." This is cool 😃
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”Today , in collaboration with  …published its first reproducible article…”
Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article. Blending the traditional manuscript with live #code, #data and interactive figures, we showcase a new way for #researchers to tell their full story.
This "live-code" presentation of research results looks like a winner to enhance reproducibility and #openscience by by
The Reproducible Document Stack (RDS) project (eLife, Substance, Stencila) aims at an open-source solution to publish reproducible manuscripts through online journals I've no direct experience of it (yet).
Very interesting. As usual, eLife at the forefront of innovation. "Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article"
#futurepaper | RT : Today we showcase a new way for researchers to tell their full story w/ our first computationally #reproducible article, in collaboration with and Tim Errington
can "generate live interactive plots using the powerful Plotly.js library – features that will be very familiar to researchers who use Jupyter Notebooks. For non-coders, Stencila also provides a powerful formula language, Mini". Support the
pretty amazing how many open-source projects are coming together on this — congrats to and many others!
Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article
Also see this blog post announcement and explanation.
Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article | Labs | eLife
Wow! Pretty innovative stuff from , publishing articles where the code to make the figures is editable and executable. #dataScience #sciencePublishing
Innovation in scholarly communication? It's happening! "Introducing ’s first computationally reproducible article" - Congratulation to everyone who made this possible! Really impressed how fast it went from vision to implementation #OpenScience
Nice to see the fruits of labour; slick tech to produce a fully reproducible article. Inevitably this idea of interactivity and manipulating code will become more popular. It does requires more effort on the author side, but it’s worth it.
Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article
A computationally reproducible article from eLife. #repronim
Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article | Labs | eLife
#futurepaper | RT : "Introducing eLife’s first computationally reproducible article. Blending the traditional manuscript with live code, data and interactive figures, we showcase a new way for researchers to tell their full story."
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