Reproducible Reporting with RMarkdown
Contemporary life science is plagued by reproducibility issues. This workshop covers some of the barriers to reproducible research and how to start to address some of those problems during the data management and analysis phases of the research life cycle. In this workshop we will cover using R and dynamic document generation with RMarkdown and RStudio to weave together reporting text with executable R code to automatically generate reports in the form of PDF, Word, or HTML documents.
Prerequisites: This is not a beginner workshop. This lesson assumes a basic familiarity with R, data frames, manipulating data with dplyr and %>%, and plotting with ggplot2.
Setup instructions: Laptop with all software installed is required. Instructions for software setup to be provided prior to the workshop.
- Monday, November 6, 2017
- 2:00pm - 5:00pm
- Health Sciences Library Carter Classroom
- Stephen Turner, PhD