Reproducible Research: Best Practices and Potential Misuse

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Reproducible Research: Best Practices and Potential Misuse

By: 
Emil Bjornson

The scientific world is becoming more open to the public and fellow researchers. Open access publishing is becoming accepted, even if some publishers are resisting. The next step is the open code and data paradigm, which was briefly discussed in the "From the Editor" column in the November 2018 issue of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (SPM) [1]. In this column, I follow up on this topic by sharing my experiences, best practices, and thoughts about reproducible research.

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