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<h1> About the project </h1>
<h2>The topic</h2>
<p>This project aims to create badges that helps making research reproducible.
<h1> About the Project </h1>
<h3>The topic</h3>
<p>This project aims to create badges that helps in making research reproducible.
That is, the badges will explain the state of any component (for example data, code and articles) in a research
so that it can be understood by others when they have a look at it later and possibly even build upon it.
The badges aim to display the state of key factors about the research such that the output is very evident and presented right at the face of it.</p>
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Similarly a user might also be interested to know about the licensing or the executibility of a code in a research.
These important factors along with some more are displayed on the badges along with their results.</p>
<h2>Why badges?</h2>
<p>Nowadays, we get into contact with badges nearly everyday, e.g in software development communities (see <a href="http://shields.io" target="_blank">shields.io</a>) and digital learning (see <a href="http://openbadges.org/" target="_blank">openbadges.org</a>)
<h3>Why badges?</h3>
<p>Nowadays, we get into contact with badges nearly everyday, e.g in software development communities (see: <a href="http://shields.io" target="_blank">shields.io</a>) and digital learning (see: <a href="http://openbadges.org/" target="_blank">openbadges.org</a>)
Badges provide a concise, recognizable yet useful piece of information, such as the build state or the number of downloads.
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<h2>Our API</h2>
<h3>Our API</h3>
<p>There is a part of the API that is the same for every task. That base part is as following:</p>
<p>/api/1.0/badge</p>
<p><b>/api/1.0/badge</b></p>
<p>The rest of the API is case dependent. The structure would be dependent on the name of the task, platform from which metadata of a research is taken,
the id for calling a particular research compendium and a final addition which is optional in case you want to request a big badge, is the keyword "extended".
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<p>This is an example from the licensing task:</p>
<p>/api/1.0/badge/licence/o2r/id/extended (returns a big badge)</p>
<p><b>/api/1.0/badge/licence/o2r/id/extended (returns a big badge)</b></p>
<img src="images/license_noData_code.svg" /></br>
<p>/api/1.0/badge/licence/o2r/id (returns a small badge)</p>
<p><b>/api/1.0/badge/licence/o2r/id (returns a small badge)</b></p>
<img src="images/shields_io/licence_partially_open.svg" /></br></br>
<p>This is an example from the executibility task:</p>
<p>/api/1.0/badge/executable/o2r/id/extended (returns a big badge)</p>
<p><b>/api/1.0/badge/executable/o2r/id/extended (returns a big badge)</b></p>
<img src="images/executible.png" /></br></br>
<img src="images/executible.png" /></br></br>
<p>/api/1.0/badge/executable/o2r/id (returns a small badge)</p>
<p><b>/api/1.0/badge/executable/o2r/id (returns a small badge)</b></p>
<img src="images/shields_io/executable-yes-brightgreen.svg" /></br></br>
<h1>The Team</h1>
<p>This study project was realized at the Institute of Geoinformatics (ifgi) at the University of Münster under the supervision of Daniel Nüst during the winter term 2016/17. </br>
<h3>The Team</h3>
<p>This study project was realized at the <a href="http://www.uni-muenster.de/Geoinformatics/en/">Institute for Geoinformatics (ifgi)</a> at the University of Münster under the supervision of Daniel Nüst during the winter term 2016/17. </br>
The participants of the project team are: </br>
Antonia van Eek, Clara Rendel, Lasse Einfeldt, Laura Meierkort, Marlena Götza, Salman Khalid, Shahzeib Tariq Jaswal, Nimrod Gavish, Matthias Mohr, Daniel Nüst
Antonia van Eek, Clara Rendel, Lasse Einfeldt, Laura Meierkort, Marlena Götza, Salman Khalid, Shahzeib Tariq Jaswal, Nimrod Gavish, Matthias Mohr and Daniel Nüst.
<h1>Gitlab Link</h1>
<a href="https://zivgitlab.uni-muenster.de/geocontainer-badges" target="_blank">Here </a>you can find the link to the Gitlab repository with the code of the project. </br></br></br>
<h3>Gitlab Link</h3>
<a href="https://zivgitlab.uni-muenster.de/geocontainer-badges" target="_blank">Here</a> you can find the link to the Gitlab repository with the code of the project. </br></br></br>
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