New EarthCube Peer-Reviewed Jupyter Notebooks Now Available
A novel element of the 2020, 2021 and 2022 EarthCube Annual Meetings was a call for notebooks, which led to 44 peer-reviewed Jupyter notebooks that encompass an array of geoscience data tools, software, services, and libraries. Each notebook was reviewed by scholars within the geoscience and cyberinfrastructure community.
These notebooks are now available on GitHub and Zenodo for interested researchers to view and execute.
“Open-source technologies such as these Jupyter notebooks allow the EarthCube community to create and share valuable insights with one another,” said Kenton McHenry, associate director for software at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA).
“These notebooks represent a new element in the scholarly publishing system: they provide us with a means to easily share tested, user-friendly, and interactive workflows,” said Daniel S. Katz, NCSA chief scientist. “Further Calls for Notebooks are now underway and we encourage the community to participate, as well as to provide feedback about how we can better support notebooks in the peer-review and publishing systems.”
The 2022 notebooks are now available:
Patrick M. O'Keefe, Viacheslav M. Sadykov, Alexander G. Kosovichev, Gelu M. Nita, Vincent Oria, Shantanu Sharma, Fraila Francis, Chun Jie Chong
The 2021 notebooks are now available:
Susanna Anil, Steve Diggs, Sarah Purkey, Donata Giglio, Lynne Merchant, Megan Scanderbeg, Tyler Tucker
Giovanni Seijo-Ellis, Donata Giglio, Sarah Purkey, Megan Scanderbeg, Tyler Tucker
The 2020 notebooks are now available:
Lisa Tauxe, Rupert Minnett, Nicholas Jarboe, Catherine Constable, Anthony Koppers, Lori Jonestrask, Nicholas Swanson-Hysell