Invitation to summer workshop on computational reproducibility

Interested in learning more about computational reproducibility but aren’t sure where to start? Register for our upcoming workshop, designed for anyone who has at least some experience in any programming language!

Biostatistician and data scientist Nelle Varoquaux (University of California, Berkeley; https://nellev.github.io/) will be leading a hands-on lunchtime workshop series at UConn focusing on computational reproducibility. Essentially, computational reproducibility is ensuring that another person can run the same analyses that you did on your data and come to the same result.

This series will be held at 12-1pm on May 27-31. Topics will include: basic code and data management; best-practices on documentation, testing, and packaging; using git and GitHub; and automating your code.

We can only accommodate around 20 people, so we encourage you to register soon: https://forms.gle/VpGhQZYDznDSnopx9

Again, this is specifically designed for beginners, so if you’re interested, don’t talk yourself out of applying!