The Open Science & Reproducibility Working Group @ NYU

At New York University, the Reproducibility and Open Science Working Group have been active change agents both within the University and at large. Our work centers on four major categories: development work, community engagement, publications, and presentations. We aim to develop infrastructure to support the creation of reproducible results, and to promote practices designed to enhance data sharing, preservation, provenance, and reproducibility.

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Featured NYU Projects


This website showcases some examples and use cases from different domains that showcase the ReproZip, a tool developed in-house at NYU aimed at simplifying the process of creating reproducible experiments.

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Reana is an free and open source reproducible research data analysis platform built at CERN. It lets users structure analysis inputs, code, environments, workflows and run analysis on remote containerised compute clouds.

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