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Data Reproducibility Workshop: Course Picture Album

Extending the lifeline of data and its analysis - to ensure FAIR science

The view from the Data Reproducibility Room

Benjamin Schwessinger kicking off the first session of Data Reproducibility workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

The audience during the first session of Data Reproducibility workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Draw a house from a protocol written by your colleague - simple exercise - various outcomes - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Draw a house from a protocol written by your colleague - simple exercise - various outcomes - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Draw a house from a protocol written by your colleague - simple exercise - various outcomes - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Draw a house from a protocol written by your colleague - simple exercise - various outcomes - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Identified problems with writing the good protocol - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Rob Anderson from Research Compliance Office - introducing himself and the new website - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Ulf Tolch kicking off a session on Experimental Design and Power Analysis - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Mohammed Ba-Essa from Library talking about KAUST Repository - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Ulf Tolch talking about experiment pre-registration - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Benjamin Schwessinger talking about the values of pre-print - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Surprising outcome of the discussion on closed vs. open peer review - red and blue stickies represent groups discussing it from the perspective of reviewer and author respectively. Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Daryl Grenz talking about how KAUST Library can help increasing the impact of publication - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Ideas on implementation of Reproducibility/Open Data tools for the short-term - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)

Ideas on implementation of Reproducibility/Open Data tools for the long-term - Data Reproducibility Workshop (KAUST, 2019 March)