SORSE event - Executable Research Article: Enrich a research paper with code and data
At the recent SORSE event on September 09, 2020 Dr. Emmy Tang from eLife and Alex Ketchakmadze from Stencila shared their current vision of how ERAs will be integrated into eLife’s production workflow.
Executable Research Article (ERA): Enrich a research paper with code and data Code and data are important research output and integral to a full understanding of research findings and experimental approaches in a paper. However, traditional research articles seldom have these embedded in the manuscript’s narrative, but instead, leave them as “supplementary materials”, if they are openly available.
View the full recording where participants explored potential functionalities for the tool stack.