How to Use This Site

This site holds some examples and use cases from different domains that showcase the ReproZip software packing tool. You’ll find more information about each particular example in its associated README when you click the "REPRODUCE THIS" button below. Instructions for reproducing the examples use the vagrant and the docker unpackers. However, any of the available unpackers can be used.


ReproZip Examples

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bash-count

A simple bash script that counts the number of pages of an input file.

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bechdel-test

A data analysis experiment that tries to reproduce the claims of an article from FiveThirtyEight.

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data-polygamy

A paper published at SIGMOD 2016 whose plots were made reproducible using ReproZip.

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ising-model

A typical simulation in statistical physics, consisting of large scale Monte Carlo simulations followed by an involved statistical analysis of the results.

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irish-schools

An example from digital humanities, where publication-ready graphs and materials are generated from tabular data using R.

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mongodb-vls

A paper published at ICDE 2016 whose plots were made reproducible using ReproZip.

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digits-sklearn

A supervised learning and classification experiment written in Python, using scikit-learn.

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bus-vis

A Java application for visualizing the Konstanz bus transportation system.

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digits-sklearn-opencv

A similar experiment to digits-sklearn, but using the OpenCV library to extract the digits from a photograph before predicting their values.

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django-blog

A simple website built with Django that displays a list of blog posts and allows the admin to edit or post. Despite its simplicity, it represents a realistic small web application using a database (SQLite3).

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stacked-up

A website called Stacked Up, also built with Django, to explore the textbook inventory of Philadelphia public schools. All the data is stored in a PostgreSQL database.

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brain-segmentation

A Python script that extracts brain information and mask from an input b0 image using dipy's module.

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