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Computation plays a central role in scientific research today. Researchers use computers to collect, clean, analyze, and visualize their data, and for many studies, computational methods have become essential elements of laboratory techniques, as integral to success as sample preparation. But all too often, research is conducted and published without sufficient detail to recreate the computational steps used to produce it. Point-and-click workflows are notoriously difficult to document, share, and run again. Increasingly, however, scientists are embracing tools and practices to rectify the problem.
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