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30 November - Keeping track of changes to your files with version control #9

lwjohnst86 opened this Issue Nov 19, 2018 · 2 comments


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lwjohnst86 commented Nov 19, 2018

Do you have files that look like this: thesis-V1.doc, thesis-draft-V2.doc, manuscript-next-version.doc, analysis1.R, analysis-new.R? Wish there was a better way to keep track of your files and changes that were made to them? Well, in this session we will cover using a formal version control system! Come and learn to better organize and manage your projects and files!

  • When: 30 November, from 10:00-12:00
  • Where: Aarhus University campus, AU campus, building 1264, room 310
  • Skill level: Beginner
  • Series: Analysis Workflow
  • What to bring: Since this is an interactive code along, it would be best if you bring your laptop!

Installation instructions:

You will need to install the appropriate programs. See the Git section of the installation instructions page.


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lwjohnst86 commented Dec 2, 2018

Forgot to add, we used git merge in the last part of the session. See this tutorial for more info

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