CoMSES 2017
Monday, October 02, 2017 — Friday, October 20, 2017

Welcome to the first CoMSES Net virtual conference, CoMSES 2017!

CoMSES, the Network for Computational Modeling in the Social and Ecological Sciences, brings together scholars who
develop and use computational models in the social, environmental, and sustainability sciences. As a member of the NSF
West Big Data Innovation Hub, CoMSES Net is dedicated to fostering open and reproducible scientific computation through
cyberinfrastructure and community development. As the CoMSES community has grown over the years, we continue to actively
explore different ways to engage members and have lined up 18 presentations with topics varying from fisheries to human
migration, and archaeology to business administration. From October 2nd to October 20th, 2017 you can engage with
the speakers and other participants in discussions related to these presentations. Most presentations that involve
computational models will have their model code and documentation available so you can dive into the specifics of the
model.

Presentations are posted as forum topics, with top-level conference themes pinned to the top of the conference page. In order to post comments, feedbacks, and engage in discussion with the presenters and other participants you will need to create a comses.net account or sign in with an existing comses.net account.
CoMSES 2017 is now over and so you might not receive any response from the original authors, but the presentations and comments are still available.
View the archived conference

Session Session on Model Reuse

Lessons on improving the ways we develop, document, and archive our computational models so others can reuse or reproduce our work.

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