- in The Atlantic: "Buggy Software: Achilles Heel of Big-Data-Powered Science?
, Dec 7, 2012.
- quoted in International Science Grid This Week: "How can computational science surpass the software error plateau?,"
Nov 28, 2012.
- quoted in the UCLA Daily Bruin: "Data analysis competition Datafest combines statistics with speed," May 6, 2012.
- The Edge Annual Question Center: What is your favorite deep, elegant, or beautiful explanation?
"Fact, Fiction, and Our Probabilistic World," January, 2012.
- "Scientists, Share Secrets or Lose Funding," with Sam Arbesman, Bloomberg View, Jan 10, 2012.
- quoted in Science Magazine: "To Replicate or Not to Replicate?," Dec 2, 2011.
- Interviewed on Open Science by the Digital Curation Center in advance of their upcoming conference: "IDCC11 Preview: An interview with Victoria Stodden | Digital Curation Centre," Nov 25, 2011.
- My talk on "Truth" and the 2009 Yale Roundtable recommendations mentioned: The Whole and Nothing But, Nov 15 2011.
- Interview by Simply Statistics blog: Victoria Stodden, Nov 4 2011.
- The Times Higher Education: my work on citizen science is mentioned: "Powered by the people," Oct 11, 2011.
- Open Knowledge Foundation, discussing my Open Science Summit keynote: OKFN at Open Science Summit 2011 #oss2011 - Day 1, Oct 27, 2011.
- The Times Higher Education: my graduate course on reproducible research is mentioned: "Systems Failure," May 5, 2011.
- BioMed Central Blog: "Open Research Computation – reproducible computational research," Feb 28, 2011.
- The Edge Annual Question Center: "Phase Transitions And 'Scale Transitions:' Conceptualizing Unexpected Changes Due To Scale," January, 2011.
- ITConversations.org: Interviews with Innovators, "Reproducibility of Computational Science,"
- September 30,
Blurb: "If you're a writer, a musician, or an artist, you can use Creative Commons licenses to share your digital works. But how can scientists
license their work for sharing? In this conversation, Victoria Stodden -- a fellow with Science Commons -- explains to host Jon Udell why scientific
output is different and how Science Commons aims to help scientists share it freely."
- I gave a talk at the 3rd IEEE/ACM International Conference on
Information and Communication Technologies and Development, in Doha,
Qatar, in April
and appeared in the Qatar Tribune.