CODECHECK: An open-science initiative to facilitate sharing of computer programs and results presented in scientific publications

« (…) We are building a computational platform, called CODECHECK (, to enhance the availability, discovery and reproducibility of published computational research. Researchers that provide code and data will have their code independently run to ensure the computational parts of a workflow can be reproduced. The results from our independent run will then be shared freely post-publication in an open repository. The reproduction is attributed to the person perfoming the check. Our independent runs will act as a « certificate of reproducible computation ». These certificates will be of use to several parties at different times during the generation of a scientific publication. (…) »

Source >, Stephen Eglen, Daniel Nüst, No 1 (2019): The 14th Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing 2019, DOI: