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Logan Turner Room4+5Quality in research software development; testing, CI, continuous deployment reproducibility etc.tacticalbest-practice
Jens Hedegaard Nielsen
Steven Lamerton, Richard Domander, Laurence Billingham, Nick Rees, John McDermott, Carl Wilson
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Commitee Room4+5How do we improve research software usability for non-developers.tacticalusabilityNeil Chue HongSwithun Crowe, Richard Domander, John McDermott6
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Reception Room4+3RSE recruitment, retention, development, career paths and future directions https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FmIFYbfG2fhPuknBY3JjsSFHcoLtKu8VJgQ8oQnCsoA/edit?usp=sharing strategicrseMark Stillwell
Mayeul d'Avezac, Laurence Billingham, James Davenport, John McDermott, Alan Real
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Table 14+3What are the best ways to mentor under/postgraduate students and researchers to adopt sustainable software practices when learning to code. Group1-Olivia-Craig-Robin-Martin: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KigL8E1y-if_O8hWYyumQ-s27PaVdbCVor-LpfEcnbI/editpractitionertraining, best practiceOlivia GuestMartin Jones, Jonah Duckles, Craig MacLachlan4
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Table 25What are the most important things I can do to ensure reproducibility in my research software?
practitionerreproducibilityVincent KnightRobin Wilson, Steve Crouch, Richard Domander, Olivia Wilson, Ian Gent0
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Table 36Importance and credit for the publication of negative resultstacticalreproducibility, open-scienceMark StillwellMelodee Beals5
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Table 45Supporting distributed team work with collaborative and decentralised tools
tacticalcollaboratice-toolsDavid Perez-SuarezNick Rees4
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Table 54How do research software engineers figure into establishing credit for softwarestrategiccredit, rseSimon HettrickAngus Maidment, Robin Wilson2
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Table 64What is Open Science and how do we promote its importancetacticalreproducibility, data-sharingRoss Mounce3
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K-krQFx7GdsdY8H8BtvglLoqV9mkwfsG4SA4rvhXptk/edit?usp=sharing
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Table 78 How would you collect examples of software impact to use as evidence of the importance of research software? https://docs.google.com/document/d/1C1Dv5Sebe86IBRqljR9zQydwdEDe9d-Woogxd0g4y8ctacticalcreditSimon Hettrick
James Baker, Alexander Konovalov, Martin Hammitzsch, Gary Macindoe, Sinan Shi, Olivier Philippe
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Table 83Software platforms and packages that support the reproducibility of research results.practitionerreproducibility, research-toolsIza Romanowska2
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Table 83How to get senior stakeholder buy in to 'Better Software, Better Research' and RSE'stacticalcareer, rseOlivia Wilson2
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Table 93Minimum standards of software description for publication of researchtacticalstandardsJames Davenport2
https://www.force11.org/group/software-citation-working-group
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Table 93Standards for exchanging training metadatatacticalstandards, trainingNiall BeardAleksandra Nenadic, Martin Callaghan1
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Table 103Open source research software development techniquespractitionerbest-practiceMateusz KuzakRichard Domander2
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Table 103Pathways of funding research software developmenttacticalfunding
Jens Hedegaard Nielsen
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2How can I ensure that my software is properly credited when used in other researchers' work
practitionercreditSteve Crouch1
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2Credit, Careers (specifically routes into RSE), Reproducible Science, Sustainability Metrics, Metrics around the affects of RSEstacticalrseRob Haines1
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2Metrics for software best practicetacticalbest-practice, metricsManuel Corpas1
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2Experiences of translating standard software engineering good practices into a research environment (testing, agile methods etc)tacticalbest-practiceAlys Brett1
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2Digital research methods and tool for studying social mediapractitionerbest-practice, research-toolsHeather Ford1
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2Developing research questions that need software to answer them.practitionerbest-practiceMelodee Beals1
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2Persistent identifierstacticalstandardsCatherine Jones1
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2Where should you publish software papers? How do you choose the best venue?practitionercareer, best-practiceRobin WilsonAmy Beeston, Vince Knight,0
http://www.software.ac.uk/resources/guides/which-journals-should-i-publish-my-software
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1How can better research software help my career.practitionercreditShoaib Sufi0
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1Accreditation for research softwaretacticalcreditLouise Brown
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1Which practices and infrastructure can I incorporate within my research software project to improve collaborative working?tacticalreproducibility, collaboration-toolsSteve Crouch0
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1Linked Data tooling and support for data sharingpractitioneropen-science, data-sharingTerhi Nurmikko-Fuller0
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1How to help commercial companies recognise the benefits of open-access and shared code repositories
tacticalopen-science, industryAmy Beeston0
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1Standards supporting software interoperability for better technical collaborationtacticalstandards, interoperabilityRobert Paul Davey0
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1Promoting and supporting the development of underpinning digital skills to allow researchers to access higher level skills and tools.tacticaltrainingMartin Callaghan0
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1Software curationtacticalstandards, best-practiceCatherine JonesJohn McDermott0
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1Building capacity for community maintenance of scientific softwaretactical?community management, prioritizing work, accepting money from industryMichael R. Crusoe (@biocrusoe)
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