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2021 Reproducible Science Workshop, XTBG
2021 Reproducible Science Workshop, XTBG (19 -22 Oct)
Offline ＋ Online
Venue: Meeting room 1 (XTBG Research centre) + online
Dates: 19 – 22 October 2021 (4 days)
Organiser: Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Registration: Registration open until 11 October 2021
Sponsor: Environmental Education Centre, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, CAS
Fee: no registration fee will be charged but every applicants need to pay 300 RMB as deposite (will be returned if you completely finish the workshop)
About: The purpose of this workshop is to get participants familiar with the concept of reproducible science that is surprisingly not commonly taught but which is becoming a requirement for better collaboration (not only with others but with oneself through time) and for credible science. At the end of this workshop, attendees should be familiar with tools use to achieve reproducible science, will be more confident with themselves, and be inclined to adopt these tools which will ease their collaboration with themselves as well as others. This course consists of four main parts which aim to putting everything from data to final report including r code and some interpretations and also exercises as step by step work me through method.
1 Launching workshop presentation
2 Reproducible research: Bridging the gap among actors
3 Dealing with data: Tidyverse
4 Data visualization in Tidyverse: the power of ggplot2
5 Literate statistical programming: knitr
6 R Markdown
7 Version control
8 All in one: Git, GitHub, & R Studio
9 Workflow for reproducible work: Project
10 R Project: Think ahead of time
11 Example for reproducible reporting (A step by step approach)
Requirements for applicants:
This is an advanced workshop using R, so applicants should have at least three years experience using R and/or R studio.
And, your listening English should also be good enough to catch the lectures as the workshop will be in English.
Instructors: (1) Associate professor Gbadamassi Gouvide O. Dossa, Forest Canopy Ecology Group of XTBG, working on biodiversity, forest ecosystem functioning, plant afterlife functional traits effect on carbon and nutrient cyclin. Dossa has been teaching part of this workshop as a short module at the yearly postgraduate Advanced Fieldcourse in Ecology and Conservation – XTBG AFEC-X for the past two years.
Student: not more than 30 (20 offline, 10 online)
If you have any questions about the workshop, please email email@example.com, and/or firstname.lastname@example.org
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