publication . Conference object . Other literature type . 2019

Application of BagIt-Serialized Research Object Bundles for Packaging and Re-Execution of Computational Analyses

Kyle Chard; Thomas Thelen; Matthew J. Turk; Craig Willis; Niall Gaffney; Matthew Jones; Kacper Kowalik; Bertram Ludäscher; Timothy McPhillips; Jarek Nabrzyski; ...
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  • Published: 05 Jul 2019
  • Publisher: IEEE
In this paper we describe our experience adopting the Research Object Bundle (RO-Bundle) format with BagIt serialization (BagIt-RO) for the design and implementation of "tales" in the Whole Tale platform. A tale is an executable research object intended for the dissemination of computational scientific findings that captures information needed to facilitate understanding, transparency, and re-execution for review and computational reproducibility at the time of publication. We describe the Whole Tale platform and requirements that led to our adoption of BagIt-RO, specifics of our implementation, and discuss migrating to the emerging Research Object Crate (RO-Cra...
free text keywords: executable research objects, computational reproducibility, computational provenance, BagIt-RO, Digital preservation, Software engineering, business.industry, business, Bundle, Serialization, Research Object, Interoperability, Software, Executable, computer.file_format, computer, Transparency (graphic), Computer science
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