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Curriculum Development Hackathon on Reproducible Research using Jupyter Notebooks, to be held Jan 9-11 at BIDS in Berkeley, CA
Information on small hackathon to get to a release of the RR Jupyter materials
Website for the Reproducible Science Workshop to be taught at the Duke Marine Lab, September 24-25, 2015
2nd Reproducible Science Hackathon for curriculum and material development
Overview of Jupyter RR workshop
Using GitHub and Binder to share Jupyter Notebooks, statically and interactively
The Data Exploration lesson in the Reproducible Science using Jupyter Notebooks curriculum
Automation with Jupyter notebooks
Introduction materials for Reproducible Research Curriculum with Jupyter notebook
Templates for lesson and slides content in Jupyter Notebook format
Publication and sharing with Jupyter notebooks for reproducible research
Data and project organization for Reproducible Research link to old longer version.
Reproducible Research with the Jupyter notebook workshop at Duke
Fork this repo if you want to create a new #rrhack lesson
A repo for students to fork and clone as part of the version control lesson
Two hour mini-lesson based on Reproducible Science Curriculum material
Website for the Reproducible Science Workshop to be taught at iDigBio, June 1-2, 2015
Website for the Reproducible Science Workshop to be taught at Duke University, May 14-15, 2015
Material for the submission to Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC) 2015
Workshop bringing together individuals interested in developing curriculum, workflows, and tools to strengthen reproducibility in research.
Materials for Reproducible Science Workshop at Duke University, May 14-15, 2015
Lesson for organization and process of multi-file analyses
Panel proposal abstract and presentations for Duke University's 2015 TechExpo
Code for joining the lessons into one repo. To be used by "master coordinator"
Slides given for ropensci community call.
Research project initialization and organization following reproducible research guidelines