Best practices for accessible and reproducible code
When: 19. May 2022
Time: 02:00 PM
What makes code accessible and reproducible, and what the GitHub hype is all about
More and more publishers are starting to require publishing of code and software alongside scientific papers and data. Unlike for data, standards for publishing code are lagging somewhat behind though. In this seminar we’ll talk about why publishing neat code matters, how to make your code both accessible and reproducible, and why you should probably start using Git more, too.
- Why bother with neat code? (Publishing requirements, re-use by others, tidiness in your own workspace)
- What makes code accessible?
- What makes code reproducible?
- What the “GitHub hype” is all about
Presentations from the meeting
- General principles for writing accessible and reproducible code (Dr. Laura Graham, University of Birmingham)
- Making R workflows reproducible with the “targets” packages (Dr. Aud Halbritter, University of Bergen)
- Using Git(Hub) in scientific work (Francesco Frassinelli, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research