Open Science Pilot

The survey includes a novel aspect to the fieldwork programme, namely an effort to apply the tenets of ‘Reproducibility’ and ‘Open Data’ to the creation of the survey data. This involved using new digital tools (OpenDataKit, git, gitlab and R) to store data and collaborate across different working locations; and encouraging the use of data formats more suitable for reproducible analysis and long-term preservation (e.g. open analytical procedures using R).

Links to the project’s data published under our Open Data pilot can be found on the Open Data page.

This pilot also enabled to us to create preliminary visualizations of results very quickly after the completion of the fieldwork and finds analysis.

Survey 2015, walker lines and diagnostic finds (visualization: N. Strupler)

Survey 2015, walker lines and diagnostic finds (visualization: N. Strupler)

 

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( Toby Wilkinson • 27 Mar 2018)
Toby Wilkinson, 2018. Project Panormos: Open Science Pilot; 27 Mar 2018. <http://www.panormos.de/pp/open-science-pilot/> accessed 11 Dec 2018.