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Lets make our research more reproducible to accelerate science and increase impact


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Created: Jun 06, 2022 at 8:27 p.m.
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DOI: 10.4211/hs.46acbbffe3784706906cfb8cd5d4e324
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+ Sign up to help reproduce results (learn by do): https://tinyurl.com/ReproduceResults
+ Reproduce pledge: https://tinyurl.com/ReproducePledge

We believe that reproducing results accelerates our science and engineering and increases the number of people who can access, learn by doing, and extend research. To accelerate our fields and increase impact, we partnered with the Environmental Water Resources Institute (EWRI), American Society of Civil Engineering (ASCE) Publishing, and the Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. We launched a new program where authors opted in, shared all research materials in a public repository, then asked the Journal to use materials to independently reproduce all figures, tables, and results. One year in, we published the first papers with reproduced results free open access to the authors (Journal special collection on articles with reproducible results). The papers were also published with bronze and silver badges because they shared all materials in a public repository and the Journal reproduced results. We also recognized outstanding author and reviewer efforts to make results reproducible and reproduce results. Want to publish a paper with more impact, learn by doing, or expand the program to a new journal? Attend this plenary talk.

Bio - David E. Rosenberg is a professor at Utah State University. He started the reproducible results program with David Watkins (Michigan Technological University), Jim Stagge (Ohio State University), Adel Abdallah (Western States Water Council), Amber Spackman Jones (Utah State University), Yves Filon (Queen’s University), Rebecca Teasley (University of Minnesota Duluth), Samuel Sandoval-Solis (University of California, Davis), Anthony Castronova (CUAHSI), and Avi Ostfeld (Technion—Israel Institute of Technology) to increase the number of persons who can access, use, and extend work published in an ASCE journal.

Talk is June 7, 2022, 9 am at Environmental Water Resources Institute World Congress, Atlanta, GA. https://www.ewricongress.org/

This resource contains the powerpoint presentation for the talk and the MS Word version of the abstract.

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This resource updates and replaces a previous version Rosenberg, D. E. (2022). Lets make our research more reproducible to accelerate science and increase impact, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.21f7b428df14455788f4c7d03dfd1de0

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Rosenberg, D. E. (2022). Lets make our research more reproducible to accelerate science and increase impact, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.46acbbffe3784706906cfb8cd5d4e324

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