October 01, 2018
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GW/ABRF 2018 Webinar Series: NCBI Tools to Support Reproducible Research in Genomics Workflows

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This webinar will provide an overview of some efforts underway at the National Center for Biotechnology Information to help improve scientific reproducibility in genomics research.

Scientific reproducibility relies on literature, data, and code. While biological literature is becoming more open, and data is becoming more widely shared, code written in a biomedical context is often not reproducible.

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