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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> In the past decade, difficulties encountered in reproducing the results of a cancer study at Duke University resulted in a scandal and an investigation which concluded that tools used for data management, analysis, and modeling were inappropriate for the documentation of the study, let alone the reproduction of the results. New protocols were developed which require that data analysis and modeling be carried out with scripts that can be used to reproduce thedoi:10.5194/hess-20-3739-2016 fatcat:pwlwqv7ujrdpbaitw42iughgnm