Have you heard of executable manuscripts or theses? Are you looking to use R markdown or LaTeX to combine text and statistical outputs? Are you still searching for the optimal way to compile reproducible documents ready for submission?
This community call is primarily designed for researchers who have already attended beginner workshops (e.g. in R markdown or LaTeX) or started to teach themselves the tools needed to create executable/reproducible manuscripts but are still wondering how to combine it all, all the way to submitting a computationally reproducible manuscript.
This session will not be recorded, but the prerecorded workflow demonstrations of the workflows will be made available on the OSF repository: https://osf.io/prbjm/
Monday 8 November 2021, *3pm to 4.30pm*
Demonstrations (40 min):
· Ilse Pit – Introduction
· Charlie Rahal – workflow* 1: (Python + LaTeX + BibTeX) in PyCharm + Overleaf
· Ulrik Lyngs – workflow* 2: (R + Rmarkdown + Zotero) in RStudio + Google doc
· Adam Kenny – workflow* 3: (R + LaTeX + BibTeX) in Emacs + collaborative editing through version control system
Discussion (20 min)
Hackathon (30 min)
*The workflows are presented as: (programming language + markup language + references management) in an integrated development environment (IDE) or a text editor + a way of collaborating