MIG Reproducible Research workshop – 17 July, 2018
Introduction to reproducible research with R Markdown, Git, and workflowr
Free 2 hour workshop! Limited to 40 places.
Interested in making your computational research projects more organized, reproducible, and shareable?
In this workshop, you’ll learn about the importance of reproducibility and effective strategies like literate programming with R Markdown and version control with Git. Furthermore, you will use the R package workflowr, which combines literate programming and version control to generate a website containing time-stamped, versioned, and documented results. By the end of the workshop, you’ll have created your very own research website!
John Blischak is a postdoctoral scholar with Matthew Stephens in the Department of Human Genetics at the University of Chicago. He develops software to facilitate open and reproducible computational research.
Enquiries: Andrew Siebel (firstname.lastname@example.org)