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“I mostly had one big, ugly, long, un-readble script”

I recently wrote about an article by post-docs Rich FitzJohn and Daniel Falster, who show how to set up a project structure that makes your work reproducible. Here, they explain why they had “one big, ugly, long, un-readble script” before they started a reproducible filing system, and how they are trying to persuade their own lab to change.
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How to make your work reproducible

When reproducing pubished work, I’m often annoyed that methods and models are not described in detail. Even if it’s my own project, I sometimes struggle to reconstruct everything after I took a longer break from a project. An article by post-docs Rich FitzJohn and Daniel Falster shows how to set up a project structure that makes your work reproducible.
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Setting up a replication workshop – suggestions needed

I’m starting a replication workshop with my statistics students. During my lectures in basic statistics I found that students were most engaged in lab sessions when we worked with data sets. I want to build on that and use replication as a new teaching tool, and I will report about this on my blog. My first challenge: How to pick a paper that’s simple enough for statistics beginners?
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“Don’t have R code available”

Hi Nicole –

Thanks for the note. Unfortunately, we did this in AmeliaView, so we don’t have R code available. (…)

Best,
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More replication correspondence

I collect more responses from original authors here.

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