Code Ocean

Code Ocean A cloud-based executable research platform, providing researchers an easy way to share, discover & run code published in academic journals & conferences.

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05/28/2019

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One computer scientist explores how creating documentation and a demo for code increases its accessibility. http://bit.l...
03/28/2018

One computer scientist explores how creating documentation and a demo for code increases its accessibility. http://bit.ly/2CA1eKL

In this F1000Research blog post, authors describe their figures and share why they wanted to make them interactive. http...
03/13/2018
"Interactivity in scientific figures is a key tool for data exploration and the scientific process" - F1000 Blogs

In this F1000Research blog post, authors describe their figures and share why they wanted to make them interactive. https://blog.f1000.com/2018/02/13/interactivity-scientific-figures-key-tool-data-exploration-scientific-process/

Last summer we launched our interactive figures initiative with plotly. Since then, we have published 22 interactives figures in seven articles across two platforms. In this post authors describe their figures and share why they wanted to make them interactive.

Upcoming workshop organized with The Odum Institute for Research in Social Science and UNC Libraries Research Hub: Prepa...
03/12/2018

Upcoming workshop organized with The Odum Institute for Research in Social Science and UNC Libraries Research Hub: Preparing your data and code for reproducible publication. Join April Clyburne-Sherin at UNC-Chapel Hill Library to learn more about computational reproducibility, best practices for documentation and sharing, and tools for publishing code and data. http://bit.ly/2F5ctzX

How one scientist is facing the challenge of taking wireless communication to new levels http://bit.ly/2tuPHfp
03/09/2018

How one scientist is facing the challenge of taking wireless communication to new levels http://bit.ly/2tuPHfp

PLOS.org is calling for papers that promote the principles and values of open science to form a Collection in quantum co...
03/07/2018
Call for Papers: Open quantum computation and simulation | EveryONE: The PLOS ONE blog

PLOS.org is calling for papers that promote the principles and values of open science to form a Collection in quantum computation and simulation. Through this Collection, they intend to encourage greater transparency and reproducibility in research through open availability of source code.
http://blogs.plos.org/everyone/2018/03/02/call-for-papers-quantum/

PLOS ONE is calling for papers in quantum computation and simulation that promote the values of open science by making source code available.

In our latest blog post, Developer Advocate Seth Green gives an overview of how a single Code Ocean compute capsule can ...
02/16/2018

In our latest blog post, Developer Advocate Seth Green gives an overview of how a single Code Ocean compute capsule can accommodate multiple programming languages, with notes on built-in package managers and the setup script. http://bit.ly/2EMsnhK

We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with Taylor & Francis! Researchers will now be able to run code on the a...
01/30/2018
Code Ocean | Press Release

We are thrilled to announce our new partnership with Taylor & Francis! Researchers will now be able to run code on the article page, making it easy to reproduce and replicate data findings. http://bit.ly/2EnXjCj

Taking the journal article to the next level: Taylor & Francis partner with Code Ocean

01/02/2018
How to bring computational reproducibility to your journal

How can you move beyond the PDF in a way that will lend more authenticity and credibility to your journal? Kick off the new year right and join us for a free, online webinar with our very own Pierre Montagano and Seth Green to learn simple steps and key techniques in bringing computational reproducibility to your journal.

https://codeocean.com/webinar/editor

Thursday, January 18th, 11:00AM EST • Online • Free

Our blog is now live! Check out our first few posts and stay tuned for more content around #reproducibility, researcher ...
11/29/2017
Code Ocean Blog

Our blog is now live! Check out our first few posts and stay tuned for more content around #reproducibility, researcher spotlights, product announcements, and other resources.

Our take on computational reproducibility and how you can make your scientific code more open, reproducible and reusable.

Interactive figures address #data #reproducibility http://blogs.nature.com/naturejobs/2017/10/20/techblog-interactive-fi...
11/20/2017
TechBlog: Interactive figures address data reproducibility : Naturejobs Blog

Interactive figures address #data #reproducibility http://blogs.nature.com/naturejobs/2017/10/20/techblog-interactive-figures-address-data-reproducibility Naturejobs

Previous postBuilding skills through a gig Next postGrowing the next generation of scientists Naturejobs | Naturejobs BlogTechBlog: Interactive figures address data reproducibility20 Oct 2017 | 12:00 GMT | Posted by Jeffrey Perkel | Category: Blog, Technology Juicebox.jsScreenshot/Jeffrey Perkel Dat...

Excited to add StataCorp to our language library! https://codeocean.com/about #socialsciences #economics #behavioralscie...
10/18/2017

Excited to add StataCorp to our language library! https://codeocean.com/about #socialsciences #economics #behavioralsciences

Computational Reproducibility Workshop
09/25/2017

Computational Reproducibility Workshop

Pierre Montagano will be discussing #reproducibility & reuse of scientific code at the 10th ALPSP Annual Conference and ...
08/31/2017
ALPSP 10th Annual Conference and Awards - Bizzabo

Pierre Montagano will be discussing #reproducibility & reuse of scientific code at the 10th ALPSP Annual Conference and Awards #ALSPS17 https://events.bizzabo.com/alpspconference17/home

Now in its tenth year, the ALPSP Annual Conference is a key event in the scholarly publishing calendar and attracts a high level audience from all sectors of the scholarly communications industry. Spread over three days, the event provides a relaxed and friendly environment in which to share informa...

"Emojis, smartphone technologies & revamped guidelines would boost #transparency at scientific meetings" | Nature https:...
08/15/2017

"Emojis, smartphone technologies & revamped guidelines would boost #transparency at scientific meetings" | Nature https://buff.ly/2vDdAif

Kick off the weekend right with an interactive look at the top #programming #languages of 2017 via IEEE Spectrum https:/...
08/11/2017

Kick off the weekend right with an interactive look at the top #programming #languages of 2017 via IEEE Spectrum https://buff.ly/2uwJv2v

How can you conduct computational reproducibility to lend more authenticity and credibility to your research? Join us at...
08/01/2017
Effective practices in computational reproducibility - workshop with Victoria Stodden

How can you conduct computational reproducibility to lend more authenticity and credibility to your research? Join us at Columbia University in the City of New York with Victoria Stodden to learn simple steps to achieve best practices in computational #reproducibility and reuse.
https://codeocean.com/workshop/computational-reproducibility?utm_source=social&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=columbia-workshop&utm_content=v2

Attend this workshop for best practices in computational reproducibility and an introduction to the Code Ocean platform.

How Roman Law text was discovered by fusing visible hyperspectral and x-ray fluorescence #imaging at Northwestern Univer...
07/27/2017
Northwestern Engineering

How Roman Law text was discovered by fusing visible hyperspectral and x-ray fluorescence #imaging at Northwestern University

After being hidden for centuries, the secrets within medieval manuscripts might soon come to light. An interdisciplinary Northwestern team is using computational imaging to bring ancient hidden texts to the surface.

http://bit.ly/2u1OCIs

Data Intensive Software Publishing with GigaScience. Plus, a Q&A with Ruibang Luo on his new variant calling algorithm f...
07/21/2017
Data Intensive Software Publishing & Sailing The Code Ocean. Q&A With Ruibang Luo. |

Data Intensive Software Publishing with GigaScience. Plus, a Q&A with Ruibang Luo on his new variant calling algorithm for massive scale datasets. http://gigasciencejournal.com/blog/data-intensive-software-publishing-sailing-the-code-ocean-qa-with-ruibang-luo/

GigaScience is always trying to push the boundaries of how we disseminate reproducible research, and to adapt to the challenges of dealing with experiments become more data-intensive. We now showcase a new reproducible research platform we’ve been testing called Code Ocean, and have a Q&A with our A...

“If study results are not reproducible, then we can’t trust them to give good advice on solving our everyday problem...
07/21/2017
Here's the three-pronged approach we're using in our own research to tackle the reproducibility issue

“If study results are not reproducible, then we can’t trust them to give good advice on solving our everyday problems” https://theconversation.com/heres-the-three-pronged-approach-were-using-in-our-own-research-to-tackle-the-reproducibility-issue-80997 #reproducibility via The Conversation

A team of archaeologists strived to improve the reproducibility of their results, influencing their choices in the field, in the lab and during data analysis.

07/18/2017

"Being first should never take priority over doing it right or the search for the truth." Great article from eLife on the fear of being scooped and putting best practices first. http://buff.ly/2taQJwk

On innovation in scholarly publishing - excited to be considered as ”Folks who think about things, differently.” Tha...
07/17/2017
Where would you invest in scholarly communications innovation?

On innovation in scholarly publishing - excited to be considered as ”Folks who think about things, differently.” Thanks David Smith, Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP)! https://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2017/07/13/ask-the-chefs-investing-in-scholarly-innovation/

If you had money to invest in scholarly publishing innovation, where would you place your bets? We asked the Chefs that question. Come see what they said.

Check out this method for computing ambient occlusion (AO) for a stack of images of a Lambertian scene.
07/13/2017
Code for Photometric Ambient Occlusion | Code Ocean

Check out this method for computing ambient occlusion (AO) for a stack of images of a Lambertian scene.

While AO has received surprisingly little attention in vision, we show that it can be approximated using simple, per-pixel statistics over image stacks,
based on a simplified image formation model.

These are some great tips to help you better convey your scientific knowledge and research to the public.
07/12/2017
Scientists Should Talk Directly to the Public

These are some great tips to help you better convey your scientific knowledge and research to the public.

Our work helps answer some of society's greatest challenges, but it's usually conveyed with technical language in journals most citizens never see

Run a high-throughput platform that allows for an unbiased identification of synergistic and efficacious drug combinatio...
07/11/2017
Combo Synergy of Two Drugs | Code Ocean

Run a high-throughput platform that allows for an unbiased identification of synergistic and efficacious drug combinations: 22,737 experiments of 583 doublet combinations in 39 diverse cancer cell lines.

This approach has identified novel combinations that
would be difficult to reliably predict based purely on our current understanding of cancer cell
biology.

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