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Have main function to create project, separate functions for the type #72

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lwjohnst86 opened this issue Mar 16, 2018 · 3 comments

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commented Mar 16, 2018

since an abstract could turn into a poster or slides or manuscript.

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commented Apr 10, 2018

I wonder if one should not have one "create scientific project" template, with different folders for the different elements a scientific project will have at the end:

  • data
  • ideas
  • material
  • methods
  • experiments list
  • abstracts (for conferences)
  • posters
  • presentation (slides)
  • reproducible reports
  • final report (Manuscript)

This would need some brainstrom about what is indeed needed in such a folder and how to keep things flexible.

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commented Apr 11, 2018

Hm, I originally had done this way of structuring projects, but I came across several problems...

  • It makes it difficult to create a single DOI for a stand-alone code repository for a manuscript when you submit it to a journal, or when you create a poster/slides and put the DOI of the code repo on the poster/slides.
  • It deviates from the "one Git repo for a single project/product/output" that I think is a simpler way of doing science. That way, work on an individual scientific output (paper, poster, etc) can be directly associated with a single code repo, so they go hand in hand.
  • Keeping track of which version or tag for the project when more than one scientific output is contained within a single Git repo is pretty challenging.

I think one of the main reasons why I prefer the "single project, single folder/repo" model is that it changes the emphasis and mindset of the code/data/figures/etc as a "means to create the paper, poster, etc" to "the code/data/etc is just as valuable as the paper/etc and is an entity/product on its own and should be treated as such".

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commented Apr 11, 2018

I am not sure what you mean by "project", I think there is some misunderstanding between Rprojects, scientific projects and scientific output (poster/presentation/paper) (?).

If you like your doi to refer only to the code for one output and get a different one for the data, one would need a new Rproject folder for that output. I think I got your point here. I would then rename the functions and discussion here, using "create new report for your project" as description of what the functions are doing. One could still have a create new scientific project function on top?

Did I understood you correctly this time?

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