Catalyzing Open Source development in science: The OpenScience Project


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Catalyzing Open Source development in science: The OpenScience Project

What is the OpenScience Project?

Motivation

A brief discussion of verifiability:

The role of Auxiliary Assumptions:

Verifiable Assumptions and Falsifiable Theories

Scientific Theories should be Verifiable

How this relates to Open Source Software

The genetics of open source code

Science is a Gift Economy

Catalyzing Open Source in Science

A Ph.D. is no guarantee of an academic career

The OpenScience Project

Associated Projects

How You Can Help

Sources & Acknowledgments

Author:

 

Dan Gezelter
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
251 Nieuwland Science Hall
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

E-mail:

 

gezelter.1@nd.edu
gezelter@openscience.org

Homepage: http://www.nd.edu/~gezelter

Further information:
This talk was presented at the OpenSource / OpenScience conference at Brookhaven National Labs.

Copyright © 1999 by J. Daniel Gezelter. All rights reserved.

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