A platform for publishing transparent and reproducible computational research
Whole Tale 1.2 released! See what’s new.
Whole Tale is an open-source platform designed to simplify the process of creating, publishing, and verifying computational research artifacts. Use Whole Tale to:
Run your code on an external system to ensure reproducibility.
Configure a computational environment with the exact versions of operating system and software used to obtain results.
Capture a recorded run of your workflow to ensure transparency of results.
Publish computational research artifacts to popular research archives.
For more information, see:
- Why Whole Tale?
An overview of the Whole Tale platform.
- What’s new?
Description of key features and known limitations of the platform.
- User’s Guide
Platform user’s guide
The project is funded by the National Science Foundation. A public version of the platform is available for academic use at https://dashboard.wholetale.org/.