The interactive science publishing—ISP lunched by Optical Society of America—OSA along with MIDAS, the repository associated with articles published in OSA journals, could be promising platforms approaching reproducible research goals.
Here is an excerpt from the announcement:
With support from the NIH National Library of Medicine, ISP allows authors to publish large 2D and 3D datasets with original source data that can be viewed and analyzed interactively by readers. ISP provides the software for authors to organize and publish source data while offering readers the viewing and analysis tools.
… You may use the datasets for research purposes, provided that Author(s) are given proper credit as the source of the data, in a manner consistent with generally accepted scientific principles. …
• OSA-ISP, the software: only available for Windows and Mac OS, and doesn’t seem to be open source. Moreover, access to full OSA ISP authoring functionality is freely available, following activation, only for 30 days. After 30 days, the software reverts to reader mode. Here is the ISP- FAQs.
You can give them your feedback by taking their survey.