Karthik Ram (@_inundata)

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September 17th, 2013

@flodebarre I like @figshare (for posterity and citation) and Speaker Deck (because it doesn’t look as horrible as slideshare).

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sckottie Excited! to be giving a talk on at @SFU during bit.ly/185KjM1

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@MLBrook not today according to schedule. :)

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@MLBrook some of us are going for drinks right after this plenary. Join us if you’re free.

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@OKCon how many people actually showed up for the conference? And what is the gender breakdown?

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MLBrook .@petermurrayrust is up on stage now... introducing the Panton Principles (Go check them out: pantonprinciples.org)

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@teleyinex @MozillaScience PS: If you’re just interested in teaching stats using R there are > dozen books out now.

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@kaythaney @MatToddChem @gvwilson We don’t tailor core topics much but we do tailor level to match audience based on pre-bootcamp survey.

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@MozillaScience @teleyinex @gvwilson No book in the works but all our material are open & CC-BY. A full SWC R bootcamp coming together soon.

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kaythaney My slides from today's open research track at on digital literacy in science slidesha.re/199PjfR (cc @swcarpentry @MozillaScience)

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. @kaythaney now gives a shout out to why @swcarpentry is so important for educating scientists.

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Fishytom Feedback on Tim Berners Lee's original proposal paper by his supervisor for the WWW: 'vague but exciting':)

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Stodden: How do you know if your analysis is right? We have to be skeptical of steps involved in extracting knowledge from data.

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Stodden: Verification and validation are the foundations of reproducibility. Comp Sci today doesn’t generate reliable knowledge.

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Stodden: All other benefits (reusability etc) are a corollary to sharing that perfect scientific record.

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Stodden: Article about sci is not scholarship itself but merely the advertisement. ship is full suite of code, data, & figs. cite Claerbout

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Stodden: Computation has become so central to sci research that deep intellectual contributions are now encoded in software.

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Stodden: open data and code crucial to science. Goal is to perfect the scholarly record and not much else.

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“Why science is an open endeavor” - @victoriastodden

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Super excited to see @kaythaney & @victoriastodden talk shortly at ’s Open Science section.

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battagliaem @_inundata @petermurrayrust @kaythaney mozilla // @OKCon // brainstorming projects on 4 @OKFN !! pic.twitter.com/XAzIBY8YW4

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katrinskayya Aren't we glad the open data presentation from the UK guy is unclassified? pic.twitter.com/hWbLWlELQb

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OliviaBurman .@CountCulture: The challenge that open has is not just to be good, but to be better.

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@abestanway @github oh wait. This is a request? bummer. Would love this too. Thought I missed a new feature announcement.

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Without open data we are stuck where we are - Ellen Miller from Sunlight foundation.

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@metamattj Never heard of this schedule before. But if you’re asking whether @cboettig is superhuman the answer is yes.

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@abestanway @github wow wow wow wow wow. Finally, been waiting for this for a long time.

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@antagomir Lunch at the backspace sounds great. How about 12:30ish.

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opening session underway. bit.ly/199qq58 with @rufuspollock on stage.

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