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Scientific publication beyond the text: Sharing research objects

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Date and Time 
February 11, 2020
9:00am to 5:00pm
Location 
Huang 300, Mackenzie Room (in the Science and Engineering quad)
Event Sponsor 
The Center for Reproducible Neuroscience (CRN) in collaboration with Meta-research Innovation Center at Stanford (METRICS), Data Science Initiative (DSI), and Center for Population Health Sciences (CPHS)
Contact 
ffein@stanford.edu

The Center for Reproducible Neuroscience (CRN) in collaboration with Meta-research Innovation Center at Stanford (METRICS), Data Science Initiative (DSI), and Center for Population Health Sciences (CPHS) are proud to present a full-day symposium on the changing landscape of scientific publication. An interdisciplinary lineup of speakers will discuss the emerging publication of objects such as code, data, and platforms that go beyond the standard concept of a “research paper.”

Speakers include (in order of presentation):

  • Russ Poldrack (Psychology) - Introduction
  • Mike Frank (Psychology) - A reproducible science ecosystem
  • Michelle Mello (Law school) - Ethics of data/code sharing
  • Mike Keller (Stanford Libraries) - The emerging publication landscape
  • Lindsey Heagy (UC Berkeley Statistics) - Sharing code and platforms
  • Alex Wade (Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative) - The paper of the future

After the talks, there will be a discussion panel featuring Amy Hodge (Stanford Libraries), Steve Goodman (METRICS), David Donoho (Statistics), and Helen Longino (Philosophy)

Virtual attendance will be provided at https://stanford.zoom.us/j/100004094

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