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Elizabeth DuPre, Department of Psychology
Title: git/GitHub (general utility/python)
The Center for Open and REproducible Science is proud to present our virtual Spring lecture series intended to introduce or teach the community how to effectively implement a set of technical tools into a research process. We will be showcasing: the UNIX command line, git/GitHub from a general utility perspective and in practice using python and R, and reproducible environments.
The goal of this series is to get our community more comfortable using these tools. These tools are foundational skills to help move toward achieving a transparent and reproducible research environment.
This event is open to the public - please share with your colleagues interested in open science!
When: The lecture series will run every Thursday from April 14 to May 5
Time: Each lecture will start at 3pm (pacific time) except the April 28 lecture (this one will start at 11am pacific time)
Where: Please RSVP at the link above for the zoom room information. The meeting link will be sent out when you register. We will be meeting in the same room each week. If you do not receive a zoom link, please email Franklin (email@example.com)