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Reproducible Science Use Cases With HydroShare and Sciunit

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The CUAHSI JupyterHub platform is linked to HydroShare and provides a vital interface for users to conduct reproducible science from an interactive interface. This Earthcube 2019 Annual Meeting breakout session will demonstrate conducting reproducible science using Sciunit, Jupyter, and Hydroshare by working with a Hydrology model. The goal of this session is to solicit feedback from users on capabilities and interfaces that are needed for conduct of reproducible science. The breakout follows from last year's presentation at AHM which demonstrated the CUAHSI JupyterHub platform. We are particularly interested in determining requirements from science communities beyond Hydrology and learning how our interfaces can better serve their reproducibility requirements.

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The content of this resource references CHOI, Y., D. Tarboton, T. Malik (2019). Reproducible Science Use Cases With HydroShare and Sciunit Jupyter Notebook Example using SUMMA, HydroShare,


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This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
Agency Name Award Title Award Number
National Science Foundation EarthCube Building Blocks: Collaborative Proposal: GeoTrust: Improving Sharing and Reproducibility of Geoscience Applications ICER-1639655, ICER-1639759, ICER-1639696

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Malik, T., D. Tarboton, Y. CHOI, B. T. Essawy (2019). Reproducible Science Use Cases With HydroShare and Sciunit, HydroShare,

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