Latest Post: Packaging Your Reproducible Analysis
There are a lot of debates about how to structure a reproducible research project. To be reproducible, a quantitative analysis needs to be open, that is it must contain the data and software needed to recreate the analyses from start to finish. Or, as I have written before, reproducible research is about recreating output from shared input(s). But once we agree on that general principle, how do we implement it in practice? Of course, the shared inputs (the data, code, etc.) need to be shared via a persistent, citable data archive - not your personal website - but in what form precisely should that shared input be organized?...continue reading
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