Category: Open Source Software

4TU.Centre for Research Data partners with The Carpentries: Impressions from the first workshop at TU Delft

Written by Shalini Kurapati and Marta Teperek Training needs: research computing skills for open science In addition to good data management, software sustainability is important for open science. In accordance with the survey conducted by the Software Sustainability Institute in 2014, 7 out of 10 researchers rely on code for their research. Sharing research data..

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Workshop Report: Software Reproducibility – The Nuts and Bolts

Authors (in alphabetical order): Maria Cruz (VU), Marc Galland (UvA), Carlos Martinez (NL eScience Center), Raúl Ortiz (TU Delft), Esther Plomp (VU), Anita Schürch (UMCU), Yasemin Türkyilmaz-van der Velden (TU Delft) Based on the contributions from workshop participants (in alphabetical order): Joke Bakker (University of Groningen), Jochem Bijlard (The Hyve), Mattias de Hollander (NIOO-KNAW), Joep de Ligt..

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Open Source Software Guidelines for Researchers

Written by Julie Beardsell and originally published on the ICT innovation blog. Responding to the challenge Navigating the often complex legal landscape of software licensing can be a genuine challenge for researchers, particularly when starting up a research project for the first time. Today’s researchers, when starting out on a PhD, may typically need to..

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Workshop Report: Software Reproducibility – How to put it into practice?

Authors (in alphabetical order): Maria Cruz, Shalini Kurapati, Yasemin Türkyilmaz-van der Velden With contribution from workshop participants (in alphabetical order): Patrick Aerts (Netherlands eScience Center + DANS), Kees den Heijer (TU Delft), Jelle de Plaa (SRON),  Jordi Domingo (KNMI), Martin Donnelly (University of Edinburgh), Raman Ganguly (University of Vienna), Rolf Hut (TU Delft), Karsten Kryger..

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Open Source Software at TU Delft

The TU Delft Library website now hosts a webpage with information on the process the Library has initiated to get a better understanding of the ideas and needs regarding open source software at TU Delft.   One aspect of this initiative was a series of sandbox sessions, “open to all who want to contribute to the dialogue to bring..

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