Commit 72324b3f authored by Luke Johnston's avatar Luke Johnston

remove GSAW acronym

parent f9280135
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title: "A Generalized and Structured Analytical Workflow (GSAW) for Reproducible and Openly Scientific (ROS) Projects"
title: "A Generalized and Structured Analytical Workflow for Reproducible and Openly Scientific Projects"
author:
- "Luke Johnston"
- "Joel Östblom"
......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ documentclass: book
biblio-style: apalike
link-citations: yes
#github-repo:
description: "Heavily Opinionated Manifesto on Reproducible and Open Science Projects"
description: "A Heavily Opinionated Manifesto on Reproducible and Open Science Projects"
---
\mainmatter
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# Manifesto for ROS Projects {#ros-manifesto}
TODO: Need to incorporate the GSAW or other acronym throughout the manifesto
```{r, child="preamble-note.md"}
```
......@@ -108,8 +106,8 @@ Our philosophy is to encourage reproducible and open scientific practices by
automating and streamlining many aspects of a ROS project and by providing an
opinionated view on which tools, services, and workflows to use when doing
research. The goal is to reduce the burden on researchers and lower the barrier
to doing open and reproducible science by creating a Generalized and Structured
Analytical Workflow (GSAW).
to doing open and reproducible science by creating a generalized and structured
analytical workflow and approach to research projects.
For now, we are focusing on typical scientific activities such as creating
abstracts, slides, posters, and manuscripts. We aim to incorporate creating
......@@ -151,7 +149,7 @@ When a tool and/or service is mostly equal, consider that:
### Guiding principles on workflow and processes
Likewise, for the analysis and workflow (the GSAW) aspect of ROS, we follow
Likewise, for the analysis and workflow aspect of ROS, we follow
these guiding principles:
- Favour readability over concision
......@@ -192,7 +190,7 @@ being in the "Advanced" stage.
### Phases of a research project
To help navigate the recommendations and steps for a GSAW-ROS project, phases
To help navigate the recommendations and steps for a ROS project, phases
of a research project are split into:
- Project management throughout (specifically regarding files, folders)
......@@ -203,7 +201,7 @@ of a research project are split into:
- Dissemination
All current and future tools, services, and workflows incorporated into a
GSAW-ROS project template must be based on these guiding principles and
ROS project template must be based on these guiding principles and
considerations.
TODO: Include guiding principles for creating teaching material
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@
\title{
\normalfont
\horrule{1pt} \\[0.4cm]
\huge A Generalized and Structured Analytical Workflow (GSAW) for Reproducible and Openly Scientific (ROS) Projects
\huge A Generalized and Structured Analytical Workflow for Reproducible and Openly Scientific Projects
\horrule{1pt} \\[0.5cm]
}
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......@@ -11,13 +11,13 @@ some comparisons between options.
Open science encompasses a vast number of diverse tools and services that is
continuously increasing. This encouraging growth indicates that open science is
actively evolving and that there is a rich network of people and organizations
devoted to improving current scientific practices. A downside to this plenty is
that is can act as a barrier for researchers who desire to work more in the
devoted to improving current scientific practices. A downside to this abundance is
that it can act as a barrier for researchers who desire to work more in the
open. The range of tool choices and the lack of guidance on what to use
particularly risks to overwhelm and discourage researchers seeking to open up
their workflow for the first time.
To provide a solution to this problem, the GSAW-ROS framework provides heavily
To provide a solution to this problem, the ROS framework provides heavily
opinionated recommendations on open tools, workflows, and services. Below is a
brief summary of the specific recommendations we make, followed by more detailed
explanations and comparisons between tools, services, and workflows.
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