By definition, executable papers are “dynamic pieces of software that combine text, raw data, and the code used for analysis that a reader can access and interact with”. In the era of Open Science, the CCMC recognizes the importance and benefit of using executable papers as one of the potential tools to increase reproducibility and transparency in the heliophysics community. Provided here is a list of executable papers that the users might find useful. Some are generated by the CCMC domains scientists while others are provided by the wider community. As always, please acknowledge and reference the author(s) and publication(s) if you plan to use their publicly posted code/data/info in your research/paper(s)/presentation(s).
- Chou, M.-Y., Yue, J., Wang, J., Huba, J. D., El Alaoui, M., Kuznetsova, M. M., et al. (2023). Validation of ionospheric modeled TEC in the equatorial ionosphere during the 2013 March and 2021 November geomagnetic storms. Space Weather, 21, e2023SW003480. https://doi.org/10.1029/2023SW003480 (Link to the public repository for this executable paper)