Training courses

Reproducible science, best practices and ICES Transparent Assessment Framework

14 – 16 February 2022
Online course
​​​​​​​​The transparency and reproducibility of all science done within ICES working groups needs to be guaranteed. An important step in this direction can be made by using tools for “reproducible science”. These tools include markup languages (Rmarkdown), version control (Git), web services, and the Transparent Assessment Framework (TAF) developed within ICES. The TAF framework allows storing of inputs, procedures, and outputs of analyses, including generating reports, so that your work can be fully reproduced.

Objective
The objective of this course is to teach experts in ICES community to use tools for reproducible science effectively. This includes guidance on generating R-markdown documents for documenting analyses, git repositories for code workflows, and the transparent assessment framework for encapsulating data gathering, processing and documenting in a single platform.

Level
Participants should be familiar with the R environment.

Course materials 
All materials will be made freely available online
after the course.

Registration will open soon!​



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Instructors:
Iago Mosqueira, Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands
Colin Millar, ICES Secretariat
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