Open science

In the Wood Lab, we are committed to the principles of open science, having been indoctrinated by Julie Stewart Lowndes’ Openscapes program. We are just starting our open science journey, but we do our best to make our datasets tidy and publicly available, to share our code via GitHub, and to do our science in a way that is efficient, reproducible, and easily communicated. Below are the data and code that are available from our lab group.

From the publication: Wood CL, Sokolow S, Jones I, Chamberlin A, Lafferty KD, Kuris AM, Jocque M, Hopkins S, Adams G, Buck JC, Lund A, Garcia-Vedrenne AE, Fiorenza E, Rohr JR, Allan F, Webster B, Rabone M, Webster JP, Bandagny L, Ndione R, Senghor S, Schacht A-M, Jouanard N, Riveau G, and De Leo G. 2019. Precision mapping of snail habitat provides a powerful indicator of human schistosomiasis transmission. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 116: 23182-91. [pdf]

Dataset: Wood CL, Sokolow S, Jones I, Chamberlin A, Lafferty KD, Kuris AM, Jocque M, Hopkins S, Adams G, Buck JC, Lund A, Garcia-Vedrenne AE, Fiorenza E, Rohr JR, Allan F, Webster B, Rabone M, Webster JP, Bandagny L, Ndione R, Senghor S, Schacht A-M, Jouanard N, Riveau G, and De Leo G (2019), Data from: Precision mapping of snail habitat provides a powerful indicator of human schistosomiasis transmission. Dryad Digital Repository.  https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.djh9w0vvt

GitHub repo: https://github.com/wood-lab/Wood_et_al_2019_PNAS

From the publication: Wood CL, Summerside M, and Johnson PTJ. 2019. An effective method for ecosystem-scale manipulation of bird abundance and diversity. Ecology and Evolution 9: 9748–58.

Dataset: Wood CL, Summerside M, Johnson PTJ (2019), Data from: An effective method for ecosystem-scale manipulation of bird abundance and species richness. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.64c7s74

From the publication: Howard I, Davis E, Lippert G, Quinn TP, Wood CL. 2018. Abundance of an economically important nematode parasite increased in Puget Sound between 1930 and 2016: evidence from museum specimens confirms historical data. Journal of Applied Ecology 56(1): 190-200.

Dataset: Howard I, Davis E, Lippert G, Quinn TP, Wood CL. 2018. Data from: Abundance of an economically important nematode parasite increased in Puget Sound between 1930 and 2016: evidence from museum specimens confirms historical data. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sc09839