Category Archives: Reproducibility on Coursera

Ethics, Scandals and Self-Correction: My Predictions for Reproducibility in 2018

Reproducibility 2018
What’s going to happen in the reproducibility world in 2018? What are the new trends to push transparency, especially in the social sciences? And most importantly, what’s the next big challenge to be tackled? Here are my top predictions, collected with the help of reproducibility folks on twitter.

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Reproducible research on coursera: Week 2 introduces knitr and R Markdown

I’m doing the free Coursera course on reproducibility by Johns Hopkins University to improve my own teaching. Week 2 introduces knitr and R Markdown, two core tools to create reproducible research.

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Learning about Reproducible Research on Coursera: Recap Week 1

I’m doing the free Coursera course on reproducibility by Johns Hopkins University to improve my own teaching. Week 1 gave a great introduction into why reproducible research is important, what literate statistical programming means, and which software is worth learning for your career.
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