status: Recognised & Endorsed

Chair (s): Limor Peer, Florio Arguillas, Thu-Mai Christian, Tom Honeyman

Group Email: [group_email]

Secretariat Liaison: Stefanie Kethers


Posts

27
October
2020

[request for input] Challenges with computationbal reproducibility

by Limor Peer

Dear All, A quick reminder that we are seeking your input: We invite you to share your pain-point stories relating to computational reproducibility (i.e., the ability to repeat the analysis and arrive at the same results). Whether you are a researcher, data manager, repository manager, publisher, or otherwise involved in the research enterprise -- we want to hear about your experiences!
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23
October
2020

EOSC document on Scholarly Infrastructures for Research Software now open for public consultation

by Roberto Di Cosmo

[ message sent to CURE-FAIR WG, PID IG, SSC IG, SCID WG, and FAIR4RS WG ] Dear all, as many of you surely know already, the EOSC
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08
October
2020

Collecting stories about challenges with computational reproducibility

by Limor Peer

The RDA CURE-FAIR Working Group (Subgroup 3 - Challenges) is gathering user stories to better understand the particular challenges for all those who are involved in making computational reproducibility possible or attempting computational reproducibility. The goal is to provide a set of guidelines for preparing materials to better achieve this.  
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16
September
2020

Community meeting (10 September 2020) recording and links

by Limor Peer

Please see the following materials from the CURE-FAIR WG community meetings on 10 September 2020:
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03
September
2020

Invitation to community meeting(s) to kick-off CURE-FAIR WG, September 10, 2020

by Limor Peer

The CURE-FAIR WG is inviting members and interested groups to a community meeting to learn more about our group and how to engage with our goals.  
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27
August
2020

[Extend community review] SCID WG's output: use cases and identifiers schemes for persistent software source code identification

by Morane Gruenpeter

The joint RDA and FORCE11 Software Source Code Identification WG has produced the conclusive output: use cases and identifiers schemes for persistent software source code identification.
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07
August
2020

Session Proposal Submission

by Jamie Lupo-Petta

  Dear CURE-FAIR WG members, thank you for your session proposal for Virtual Plenary 16 titled “Current state of curation practices that support computational reproducibility”.      
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07
August
2020

Session Proposal Submission

by Jamie Lupo-Petta

  Dear CURE-FAIR WG members, thank you for your session proposal for Virtual Plenary 16 titled “Current state of curation practices that support computational reproducibility”.      
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19
May
2020

CURE-FAIR case statement for review

by Limor Peer

Dear colleagues, The CURE-FAIR Working Group Case Statement is under community review until June 15, 2020. The goal of the WG is to establish guidelines and standards for curating for reproducible and FAIR data and code. The WG aims to engage with RDA groups working on related and complementary projects, and we invite you to review the document and provide feedback.
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