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Title: Science forum: a community-led initiative for training in reproducible research
Authors: Auer, Susann
Haeltermann, Nele A.
Weissberger, Tracey L.
Erlich, Jeffrey C.
Susilaradeya, Damar
Julkowska, Magdalena
Gazda, Małgorzata Anna
Schwessinger, Benjamin
Jadavji, Nafisa M.
Abitua, Angela
Niraulu, Anzela
Shah, Aparna
Clyburne-Sherinb, April
Guiquel, Benoit
Alicea, Bradly
LaManna, Caroline
Ganguly, Diep
Perkins, Eric
Jambor, Helena
Li, Ian Man Ho
Tsang, Jennifer
Kamens, Joanne
Teytelman, Lenny
Paul, Mariella
Cronin, Michelle
Schmelling, Nicolas
Crisp, Peter
Kutum, Rintu
Phuyal, Santosh
Sarabipour, Sarvenaz
Roy, Sonali
Bachle, Susanna M.
Tran, Tuan
Ford, Tyler
Steeves, Vicky
Ilangovan, Vinodh
Baburamani, Ana
Bachle, Susanna
Keywords: Engineering::Mechanical engineering
Issue Date: 2021
Source: Auer, S., Haeltermann, N. A., Weissberger, T. L., Erlich, J. C., Susilaradeya, D., Julkowska, M., Gazda, M. A., Schwessinger, B., Jadavji, N. M., Abitua, A., Niraulu, A., Shah, A., Clyburne-Sherinb, A., Guiquel, B., Alicea, B., LaManna, C., Ganguly, D., Perkins, E., Jambor, H., ...Bachle, S. (2021). Science forum: a community-led initiative for training in reproducible research. ELife, 10, 64719-.
Journal: eLife
Abstract: Open and reproducible research practices increase the reusability and impact of scientific research. The reproducibility of research results is influenced by many factors, most of which can be addressed by improved education and training. Here we describe how workshops developed by the Reproducibility for Everyone (R4E) initiative can be customized to provide researchers at all career stages and across most disciplines with education and training in reproducible research practices. The R4E initiative, which is led by volunteers, has reached more than 3000 researchers worldwide to date, and all workshop materials, including accompanying resources, are available under a CC-BY 4.0 license at
ISSN: 2050-084X
DOI: 10.7554/eLife.64719
Schools: School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
Rights: © 2021 Auer et al. This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use and redistribution provided that the original author and source are credited.
Fulltext Permission: open
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