BioData Club Workshop: A Practical Guide for Reproducible Papers


You are invited to BioData Club’s January workshop:  A Practical Guide for Reproducible Papers.

Reproducible code and analysis is rapidly becoming important to open science best practices. In this workshop, instructors Aurora Blucher and Ted Laderas will cover strategies for making an analysis reproducible from the perspective of an existing codebase. This will include managing data, producing key results and figures using reproducible notebooks, and reproducing your analysis environment.

They will use their paper, “Illuminating biological pathways for drug targeting in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma” as an example, and work hands-on with technologies such as RMarkdown Notebooks and Binder.

Attendees should register in advance.

Prerequisites: some comfort level with R and GitHub is required.  Attendees should bring a laptop and look over the hands-on materials that will be distributed before the workshop

All OHSU community members and friends are welcome!

A Practical Guide for Reproducible Papers
Friday, January 10, 2020
4:30 PM to 6 PM
BICC 124 or streaming video (link will be shared in registration appointment)

BioData Club is an informal community at OHSU dedicated to promoting a fun and supportive culture of interdisciplinary co-learning in data science skills and open science principles. We welcome everyone at all skill levels who aim to better their skills in all things data. We want to replace statistics anxiety and code fear with inspiration and motivation to learn and share. BioData Club is a partnership of the OHSU Library and DMICE.