January 17 | 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
John M. Olin Library
Level 1, Room 142
There are many actions researchers can take to increase the openness and reproducibility of their work. Please join us for a day-long workshop, led by Ian Sullivan from the Center for Open Science, to learn easy, practical steps to increase the reproducibility of your work.
The workshop will be hands-on and is aimed at graduate students, postdocs, and faculty across disciplines. No knowledge of programming or other specialized tools is required.
In the morning session, participants will gain a foundation for incorporating reproducible, transparent practices into their current workflows by creating a reproducible project from start to finish. The afternoon session will build on this foundation by examining case studies and designing appropriate open workflows for each situation.
Please note: Attendees will need to bring their own laptops in order to fully participate. Please register, as space is limited.
Sponsored by: Becker Medical Library, Center for Cellular Imaging, Institute for Informatics, Research Infrastructure Services, and Washington University Libraries.
- Project documentation
- Version control
- Pre-Analysis plans
- Open-source tools like the Center for Open Science’s OSF to easily implement these concepts in a scientific workflow.
- Build structures to support complex workflows
- Tie projects together across studies and teams
- Design for long-term reuse and replication
- Incorporate privacy protections and IRB concerns
This event will also be offered at the School of Medicine campus on January 16, 2020.