Hosted by the Texas Advanced Computing Center, the Scientific Software Day is a day of discussions on the software that scientists use and that they develop as part of their research.
Will Schroeder will present the talk ‘Scaling the Future: How to Practice Open Source’ during the event.
The growing complexity and scale of research demands that we embrace new methods if we are to support future scientific progress. These methods must be based on the three pillars of Open Science: Open Access, Open Data, and Open Source. This presentation describes some practical means to practice open science, with examples from analytics, computational chemistry, big data, medical computing, video analysis, and visualization.