Reproducibility for everyone - a quick primer on how to make your research more reproducible

Susann Auer
2020 Zenodo  
Performing science is like running a marathon - it takes a long time to finish, needs good preparation and requires excellent performance. In order to make the outcome of one researchers efforts valuable for other researchers a few best practises should be adopted. This poster describes seven easy steps that every researcher can follow in order to make their own research more reproducible. The seven steps cover data management, documentation and sharing of data, protocols and reagents.
more » ... rs that adopt some or all of the here presented best practises will benefit in the long term from better visibility of their work and save time in future projects or even during publication of their results. This poster contains content that was created from the Reproducibility for Everyone community whose members can be found at and Twitter @repro4everyone. For further questions get in touch with the group or the author of this poster, Susann Auer, over Twitter @SusannAuer or at
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3641295 fatcat:i4rm32auhrfybcwm37hz7k56na