The core tools: shell, version control, etc. and how proficiency in the use of these tools promotes reproducibility in your research.
This module is a part of the training curriculum from the ReproNim (Reproducible Neuroimaging) Center.
Why should I care?
Who is this module for?
How should I study it?
How does using the command line/shell efficiently increase the reproducibility of neuroimaging studies?
How can we ensure that our scripts do the right thing?
|12:05||Version control systems||How do version control systems facilitate reproducibility, and which systems should be used?|
|17:45||Package managers and distributions||
What are the benefits of using package managers and distributions?
How can we establish and control computation environments using available package managers and distributions?
Which distribution(s) best suits my needs and use-cases?
|21:15||'Right to share'||What legal considerations must be kept in mind to facilitate sharing and reproducibility?|
|24:15||Other day-to-day reproducible practices||
How is reproducibility critical to fixing software bugs?
What steps can you take toward sharing your studies reproducibly?
|24:40||Wrap-Up||What have we learned?|