Using the Jupyter Notebook as a Tool for Open Science: An Empirical Study

04/16/2018
by   Bernadette M. Boscoe, et al.
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As scientific work becomes more computational and data intensive, research processes and results become more difficult to interpret and reproduce. In this poster, we show how the Jupyter notebook, a tool originally designed as a free version of Mathematica notebooks, has evolved to become a robust tool for scientists to share code, associated computation, and documentation.

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