Publisher-ready, end-to-end solution to increase reproducible submissions
“Our integration with Code Ocean allows editors and reviewers to easily run submitted code so they may reproduce and examine the authors’ data analyses. This greatly increases the reproducibility of the published work and encourages others to build on it ”
Daniel Evanko, PhD, Director of Journals Operations & Systems, AACR
Publishers move beyond the static article without technology hazzles
Reseachers can interact and build on scientific findings with confidence with a single platform.
Verified executable Compute Capsules alongside published research
Curating and preserving code and data
An API driven submission solution for code and data
Verification for computational reproducibility
Guides authors to submit a more complete article of record
Authors can now easily create and submit an interconnected research project.
- Provides publishers with ready-to-use automation
Authors to effortlessly share computational code
Verification of the authors code for computational reproducibility.
Manage and curate these artifacts with proper metadata and a DOI
Showcase higher quality results
As a researcher you are more than just a collection of articles. Automate critical use cases for publishers and leverage an open, secure environment for published research work
- Operationalize submission, verification, and open collaboration
Receive a DOI for these first class research objects so recognition can be properly attributed.
Easily allow others to reproduce your findings without having to contact you or your team.
Ready to enhance and automate the submission workflow
Move beyond the static article and automate the verification of the reproducible results. Integrate Code Ocean into your submissions process to curate a more complete article of record.
- Connect executable code to the published article
- Provides referees with access to a working instance of the code removing the burden of running the author analysis
- Expose more of the research process to fellow researchers, enabling deeper and more dynamic engagement