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- Tools and Projects
- Use cases, barriers to adoption
- Breakout groups
- Workshop Report
Clone this wiki locally
Markdown is a fantastic and minimalist tool for authoring scientific documents. This repository is a collection of tools, resources, and tutorials to simplfy your workflow. If you spend a little time going through the tutorials you'll be able to stop using Microsoft Word entirely and write clean, lightweight markdown files that can easily be version controlled by git. Collaboration with your coauthors would also become way more powerful and simpler.
This repo is now a collaborative effort. Please contribute and add yourself to our list. - Karthik Ram
On June 8th, Martin Fenner and Stian Haklev organized a one day workshop at the Public Library of Science HQ in San Francisco.
If you have git installed, simply clone this repo and you'll have a full set of examples to work with locally. If you don't have a local git install, just hit the
zip button at the top of the main repo to download a copy.
git clone email@example.com:scholmd/scholmd.git
If you have additional material or ideas to share, please feel free to contribute (wiki edits are currently open).
I started this wiki to help scientists move away from Word as their primary authoring tool to a more open, collaborative and git friendly workflow. Wiki edits most welcome and any errors or topic suggestions can be raised via issues.