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Image of the Week - Why scientific computing does not compute

Image of the Week - Why scientific computing does not compute


Source: G. Wilson. With permission of Nature Publishing Group.

This image appeared in a recent Nature News article entitled "Computational news: ...Error ...why scientific programming does not compute."

The article presents a well-supported perspective on what is wrong with the way scientific software is created. This image presents statistics from a survey of nearly 2000 researchers in which they answered questions about their software development activities and knowledge.

You can see the original article here.

-Miriam Boon, iSGTW

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