From: Ben Marwick
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2016 4:06 PM
Subject: [Reproducible] New paper on reproducible research in archaeology
You might be interested to know of a peer-reviewed paper on reproducible research in archaeology that I’ve just had published.
The paper owes a big debt to the UW eScience Institute, especially the Reproducibility and Open Science Working Group. So this paper is a kind of tribute to all of you in that group who have helped me make sense of reproducibility, thanks!
Here’s the citation and a link to the PDF:
Marwick, B. (2016). Computational reproducibility in archaeological
research: Basic principles and a case study of their implementation.
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 1-27. doi:
All the gory details of the case study paper are here:
https://github.com/benmarwick/1989-excavation-report-Madjebebe so you can give it a try. It works on my machine 😉