Using RMarkdown to Create Reproducible Research Reports
Zach Weller,Mara Sedlins,Julia Sharp
Tuesday, January 14th 2020
1 hours 50 minutes
Reproducible research is an important topic and an area of increasing emphasis in the scientific community. Advances have been made that facilitate sharing research outputs (e.g., data and code) such that other researchers can verify results. One such advancement is R Markdown which enables seamless integration of statistical computing (e.g., R) with text for generating research and analysis reports. This is also useful for those who repeat similar analyses for multiple datasets over time.
In this session, we will demonstrate how to use R Markdown for creating reproducible research reports. This session will be interactive and participants are encouraged to bring their laptop with R and R Studio installed. Lunch will be provided for this session only!
Goals and Target Audience:
The goal of this session will be to demonstrate R Markdown to participants, enabling them to do reproducible research reporting. The skills learned in this session will help promote reproducible research in the scientific community. Participants will be CSU researchers.