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Issue No. 04 - Jul./Aug. (2018 vol. 20)
ISSN: 1521-9615
pp: 111-124
Thomas Pasquier , University of Cambridge
Matthew K. Lau , Harvard University
Xueyuan Han , Harvard University
Elizabeth Fong , Mount Holyoke College
Barbara S. Lerner , Mount Holyoke College
Emery R. Boose , Harvard University
Merce Crosas , Harvard University
Aaron M. Ellison , Harvard University
Margo Seltzer , Harvard University
Open data and open source software might be part of the solution to sciences reproducibility crisis, but they are insufficient to guarantee reproducibility. Requiring minimal end-user expertise, the encapsulator system creates a time capsule with reproducible code in a self-contained computational environment. encapsulator provides end users with a fully featured desktop environment for reproducible research.
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T. Pasquier et al., "Sharing and Preserving Computational Analyses for Posterity with encapsulator," in Computing in Science & Engineering, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 111-124, 2018.
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