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Best practices for conducting benchmarking in the most comprehensive and reproducible way

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@BetaScience @PatSchloss @RobinRohwer @mikehall_dal @HensonMW_08 @KirkwoodLab Hi Morgan, This is a great idea! I would be very interested to contribute. I completely agree with you about the open access data (we argue about this here https://t.co/84PHAxyAhS ) . Let me know if you have got some time to chat about this. Serghei
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Our new preprint is live. Best practices for conducting benchmarking in the most comprehensive and reproducible way https://t.co/zFPEcZo8lm https://t.co/R5roBu38lS
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Best practices for conducting benchmarking in the most comprehensive and reproducible way https://t.co/RsvlZKV4UO
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Competing Interests

The authors declare that they have no competing interests.

Author Contributions

Serghei Mangul wrote the paper.

Lana S. Martin wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables.

Margaret Distler reviewed drafts of the paper, benchmarking logistics.

Eleazar Eskin reviewed drafts of the paper.

Jonathan Flint reviewed drafts of the paper.

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This paper does not present a software method.

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The authors received no funding for this work.


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