In Defense of Extreme Openness

In Defense of Extreme Openness

Lightning Talk at Python in Astronomy 2016

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Jake VanderPlas

March 22, 2016
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    I think we all see the benefit of coding in

    the open . . . Eases Collaboration — Eases Sharing Heightens Visibility — Encourages Reproducibility Encourages Extensibility — Encourages Integrity etc. — etc.
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    . . . why not do all research in the

    open? Eases Collaboration — Eases Sharing Heightens Visibility — Encourages Reproducibility Encourages Extensibility — Encourages Integrity etc. — etc.
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    gh-publisher Each new commit triggers a Travis CI process which

    builds the current paper PDF and pushes it to this website. . . https://github.com/ewanmellor/gh-publisher/
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    “But Jake. . . would you do this if there

    were any real competition?”
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