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🌍 Hello World, I'm Rachael

I am the Research Software Community Manager at the Software Sustainability Institute, managing the Institute's Fellowship Programme and Collaborations Workshop series. I am passionate about openness, collaboration, transparency, reproducibility, wellbeing and inclusion in STEM and research more broadly. I also organise HER+Data MCR, a community working to connect, inspire, support and empower the NW UK’s Women in Data.

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Incentivising sustainable and collaborative research
Reproducibility and Open Science
CSCCE Community Profile: Software Sustainability Institute Research Software Community
CSCCE's Guide to using virtual events to facilitate community building: Curated resources
CSCCE's Guide to using virtual events to facilitate community building: Event formats

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You can watch me talk about my work in the following videos:


  1. Personal webpage using the Moon theme.

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  2. awesomeCV Public

    My CV using the awesome CV template

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  3. A friendly introduction to GitHub as part of @OpenDataManchester's Pick N Mix series.

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  4. Reproducible Research through Containerisation: Docker and Singularity

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  5. A GMRT survey of regions towards the Taurus Molecular Cloud at 323 and 608 MHz


  6. Host repository for The Turing Way: a how to guide for reproducible data science

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