While we can certainly improve on our efforts to make our work open and reproducible, we have published a series of products over the last few years that have had associated code/data repositories that have accompanied the narratives (aka manuscripts).
Traditionally, the peer-reviewed journal article has been the primary way for scientists to build and measure their scholarly impact. Now, researchers and developers can share & track much more of their efforts: from code snippets to lab notes, data sets
Check out the final projects from students in FISH546: Bioinformatics for Environmental Sciences at http://oystergen.es/fish546 Filesets include data and analysis from a variety of aquatic themes including microbe abundance, shellfish gene and protein expression, and partial genomic characterization of a fish pathogen.
Our paper on gene discovery and SNP development in Pacific herring using 454 pyrosequencing just came out in PLoSone! Development of Genomic Resources for Pacific Herring through Targeted Transcriptome Pyrosequencing [one_third] [/one_third]Summary: Pacific herring support commercially and culturally important