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A tool for public analysis of scientific data

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D Haglin ,

Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA, US
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R Roiger,

Computer and Information Sciences Dept., Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA, US
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J Hakkila,

Department of Physics and Astronomy, The College of Charleston, South Carolina, USA, US
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T Giblin

Department of Physics and Astronomy, The College of Charleston, South Carolina, USA, US
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Abstract

The scientific method encourages sharing data with other researchers to independently verify conclusions. Currently, technical barriers impede such public scrutiny. A strategy for offering scientific data for public analysis is described. With this strategy, effectively no requirements of software installation (other than a web browser) or data manipulation are imposed on other researchers to prepare for perusing the scientific data. A prototype showcasing this strategy is described.
DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.4.39
How to Cite: Haglin, D. et al., (2006). A tool for public analysis of scientific data. Data Science Journal. 4, pp.39–53. DOI: http://doi.org/10.2481/dsj.4.39
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Published on 05 Jan 2006.
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