(20 Jul 2022) Code Ocean, the developer of a novel computational research laboratory in the cloud, has announced the Open Science Library (OSL), a free research site for publishing and replicating computational research from some of the world’s leading journals and by independent researchers. The OSL contains more than 3,000 published computational experiments that can be launched on Amazon Web Services (AWS), duplicated for further research, or fully exported to run on a local computing environment. In addition, the OSL has a collaborative space for teams to work together with more than 40,000 projects to date.
The Open Science Library is available to any scientific developer and authors publishing through journals such as Nature, IEEE, Elsevier, and others. Computational code is available from a wide spectrum of research areas including bioinformatics; biology; chemistry; computer science; earth science; economics; engineering; finance; mathematics; medical sciences; physics; and social sciences.
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