Research Compendium research compendium logo

A research compendium accompanies, enhances, or is a scientific publication providing data, code, and documentation for reproducing a scientific workflow. It can be published on different platforms using the label (or tag, community, ...)
research-compendium (applied on GitHub, Zenodo, OSF) or as a fallback the term "research compendium" in the description (used on GitLab). The Zenodo community even has a curation policy for the accepted records. (Note that retrieval of the current counts may be blocked by your browser settings or privacy extensions.)

You may also follow the publication of research compendia and the discussion around the concept on social media under the hashtag #researchcompendium.


The following publications, talks, and websites use the term "research compendium" (descending publication date):

Publications, blogs & talks

Workshops, tutorials & tools

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This landing page was initiated by Daniel Nüst, Ben Marwick, and Carl Boettiger.