Research practice of making full experimental description, entire collected data, and all the data analysis scripts publicly available, so that the published results can be reproduced elsewhere.

Reproducible research is any scientific finding or result that can be independently replicated based on the methods detailed by the original investigator. It is a cornerstone of the scientific method. Reproducible research for statistical methods involves clearly describing the assumptions, approaches, and tests used for any data analysis. Statistical methods can also be used to assess how reproducible an original set of findings was given the similarity to its independent replications.