Reproducibility in Your Research
Tuesday, April 25th
4:30pm-5:45pm

CTL 120A
301 York St.

Being able to accurately and easily reproduce your past work — from sample collection to data analysis and manuscript writing — is becoming more and more important as journals and government institutions promote reproducibility in research. In this interactive workshop, we will discuss best practices for making your research reproducible, and will consider specific strategies to incorporate into your sample collection, data analysis, and writing. Intended audience: science and social science graduate students.

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