Linux tool enabling reproducible experiments (unpacker)
ReproZip is a tool aimed at simplifying the process of creating reproducible experiments from command-line executions, a frequently-used common denominator in computational science. It tracks operating system calls and creates a package that contains all the binaries, files and dependencies required to run a given command on the author’s computational environment (packing step). A reviewer can then extract the experiment in his environment to reproduce the results (unpacking step).
This is the component responsible for the unpacking step on Linux distributions.
A GUI is available at reprounzip-qt.
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