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science-responds.github.io-source

CI

To contribute, make a PR to this repository.

Setup for local development

Visit this page for information about installing Ruby.

Docker setup (click to expand) If you use docker, the following line will build and serve the site locally:
docker run --rm -v "$PWD:/srv/jekyll" -p 4000:4000 -it jekyll/jekyll:3.8 jekyll serve

If you want to enable LiveReload (pages automatically reload when jekyll rebuilds after detecting changes), then use this instead:

docker run --rm -v "$PWD:/srv/jekyll" \
           -p 4000:4000 -p 35729:35729 \
           -it jekyll/jekyll:3.8 \
           jekyll serve --livereload

For either case, you can now go to http://localhost:4000 on a browser and see the website locally.

RbEnv setup (recommended) (click to expand)

You can and should use rbenv to manage multiple ruby versions. On macOS with homebrew, you'll want:

brew install rbenv

On other systems, you can usually find an easy way to install rbenv. This keeps your system Ruby clean. You'll need to run:

rbenv init
# Prints out instructions

and follow the instructions for your current shell. After you've installed rbenv on your system, use:

rbenv install 2.6.5

to get a current version of ruby. Then, inside the main website directory, run:

rbenv local 2.6.5

This will run the Ruby you just built whenever you enter this directory.

You'll want to install bundler too:

gem install bundle

(You may want to add --user-install here if you are not using rbenv. And if you don't have permission to install, and you are using rbenv, this means you forgot to set it up with rbenv init.)

Running locally

The site is built with Jekyll, and is easy to run locally if you have Ruby.

To set up a "bundle" (local virtual environment in Python terms):

bundle install

Now, you can use bundle exec to run a command in the new environment you just created, such as:

bundle exec jeykyll serve

This will incrementally rebuild if anything changes in your directory. You can now go to http://localhost:4000 on a browser and see the website locally. Exit with Control-C in the terminal.

Adding content

Adding projects

The projects are in _data/projects.

The yaml format is:

title: "The title"
description: |
  A multiline description with markdown syntax, indented two spaces.
resources:
  - "A yaml list of resources, with double quotes for safty (starting with a markdown link is not valid yaml without quotes)"
needs: |
  A multiline description with markdown syntax, indented two spaces.
tags:
  - ad
  - ds
  - dv
  - ml
  - other
  - wd
involve:
  A multiline description with markdown syntax, indented two spaces. Often a markdown list.

Adding publications and articles

The publications are in _data/publications, and articles are in _data/articles.

The yaml format is:

title: "Something Interesting"
link: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.01.31.929547v1
date: 2020-01-31
type: publication
authors: F. Lastname et al

The name should start with the date, followed by an underscore and the author name or source, such as 20200131_lastname.yml.

Adding events

The events are in _data/events

The yaml format is:

type: hackathon
link: https://www.google.com
date: 2020-01-31
title: My Title

Types are hackathon, conference.

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