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On Communicating Computational Research

Ellis, Daniel P. W.

Prof. Ellis's presentation focuses on the challenges, and the benefits, of sharing the results of computational research through various methods, including: traditional publications, public talks, interactive online demos, APIs and libraries, and code sharing. He particularly emphasizes the potential of code sharing in a world where commodity machines can make reproducibility increasingly affordable and attainable.

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Electrical Engineering
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April 18, 2013

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This presentation was part of a Research Without Borders session entitled "Communicating Computational Research" which was held at Columbia's Faculty House in New York on April 4, 2013.

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