The Reproducible AGILE team is happy to contribute to the AGILE conference 2022 by organising two activities:
For the third time, a reproducibility review is be conducted with all accepted full papers based on the mandatory reproducible paper guidelines.
The reproducibility reviews are published on OSF at 👉 https://osf.io/r5w79/ 👈.
Reproducible AGILE community member Alexander Kmoch presented an overview on the reproducibility review process and its results on behalf of reproducibility committee chair Daniel Nüst at the final day of the conference. The slides are published at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6625206.
16 papers of 22 accepted manuscripts were successfully (partially) reproduced. This corresponds to 73% percent of accepted papers.
A more extensive written report is published in the document about the reproducibility review process.
Find all details about the conference and the submission guidelines, including information about the reproducibility guidelines and review on the conference website: https://agile-online.org/conference-2022.
If you want to get a quick overview about previous reproducibility reviews, take a look at the presentation by reproducibility committee chair Daniel Nüst at the Munin conference. All non-rejected submissions, i.e., papers that are accepted or have minor revisions only, will be screened for reproducibility based on the information provided in the Data and Software Availability section. The reproducibility review happens after the scientific review, because some papers are irreproducible for good reason (e.g., conceptual work) and are still published. Successfully reproduced papers will receive the Reproducible AGILE badge, see the 2020 proceedings for some examples.
Learn more about the process in the review process and reports document.