Tools and tips for reproducible science from Rich FitzJohn

Rich FitzJohn, a computational biologist and director of puppets, made a very nice slideshow of how to produce reproducible science using a few tools revolving around R. It’s a great read!

You can download the slideshow here, but the gist is in this slide I think (which I have stolen from the slideshow, hope it is okay):

Tools for greating reproducible research with R
Tools for greating reproducible research with R

He uses an example from one of his own studies on wood which is very instructive – the makedown, knitr generated analysis page really shows how transparent and reproducible science can be.


1. Slideshow “Reproducible research – current challenges and future prospects” by Rich FitzJohn

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