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Ten days of code

Open code in academic computational science should be the standard. After all, the scientific ideal is to share information toward progress. This is at least an idealistic view of why we publish so competitively, with standards that demand we share our findings with our peers and with the public. And while the computational methods of my most recent joint experimental/computational paper far exceeded the length of our experimental methods explanation, the rather large step of implementation of our model into a numerical scheme is non-trivial (at least I’d like to think so).

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