We had a very inspiring and productive meetup about directions for further rewarding reproducibility in visualization. The audience was very diverse and discussed from very different viewpoints the possible directions in this regard. A collection of the findings and opinions of the meetup was collected in a common document. The organizers and a group of committed people will pursue the found directions and try to establish concrete methods for rewards in the future.
Today we will have a meetup at IEEE Vis to develop a common sense of good reproducibility in our community with the title “MeetRV3: Towards a System for Rewarding Reproducibility in Visualization”. The meetup will take place in SALON 2 on the third floor at 12:30 pm. The goal of the meetup is to review and discuss efforts of other communities to promote reproducibility to come up with a common direction for the visualization community. We hope to find a consentient way to honor well-reproducible work and strengthen the community in its effort to establish a common culture of reproducibility.
There will be a meetup at this year’s IEEE Vis in Chicago, following the developments at EuroRV³ regarding reproducibility in visualization. The meetup will be held on Tuesday, October 27, at 12:30pm in SALON 2 and will facilitate discussions towards a system for rewarding reproducibility in visualization. We are looking forward to your input. All updates will be shared at eurorvvv.org.
The co-chairs of EuroRV³ 2015 thank all contributors and visitors of the workshop for making the event a great success with inspiring talks and long, intense, and productive discussions. This effort was a major step into establishing a common culture of reproducibility in the visualization community. All papers can be downloaded from now on in the Eurographics Digital Library.
We are happy to announce that the program of this year’s EuroRV³ has been finalized. We have put together two exciting half days for you, including 9 paper presentations, one keynote with the title “Multidimensional Projection: from Validation to Layout Enrichment” from Luis Gustavo Nonato, one capstone with the title “The Need for Reproducibility of Computer Science in Ophthalmology” from Rico Großjohann, and a concluding panel to discuss the current state and future directions of reproducibility, verification, and validation in visualization.