How we Work, Share, and Re-use at CHIIR

Bogers, Toine; Gäde, Maria; Hall, Mark Michael; Koolen, Marijn; Petras, Vivien and Larsen, Birger (2023). How we Work, Share, and Re-use at CHIIR. In: CHIIR '23: Proceedings of the 2023 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (Gwizdka, Jacek and Rieh, Soo Young eds.), ACM, New York pp. 351–356.



In this paper, we present the results of an initial study of the research, sharing, and re-use practices at the CHIIR conference through a systematic analysis of all CHIIR papers published from 2016 to 2022. We find that CHIIR is a conference predominantly focused on empirical, multi-methods research that over the years has undergone a focusing in terms of the type of research methods that are being used. A modest number of papers re-use existing data and design resources, but infrastructure component re-use is much more rare. Only a fraction of CHIIR papers actually share their own resources, which suggests that there is much to gain in terms of reproducibility of research presented at CHIIR and could potentially be used to support changes in reviewing practices.

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