Have confidence in your scientific results through automated computational experimentation and reproducibility.
BSSw Fellow Ivo Jimenez created Popper, a tool to automate computational experimentation, organize artifacts, and validate results to enable high standards of reproducibility in computational research. He created an online lesson on Popper and delivered several training activities to help domain scientists generate experimentation pipelines that are easy to re-execute and validate. Learn more about Popper through his webinar recording and slides: Creating Reproducible Computational and Data Science Experimentation Pipelines, June 2018.
Ivo is a Ph.D. student in computer science at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Perspectives on the BSSw Fellowship Program: Through the BSSw Fellowship Program, I have been able to reach a broad audience and to create connections with people who have significantly enriched my professional network, and with whom I would have not had the chance to interact otherwise.
Popper Website HPC Best Practices Webinar: Creating Reproducible Computational and Data Science Experimentation Pipelines