This workflow does not represent my own research (which would be much simpler), but rather deals with preparing monographs for publication: It is part of my work in the Edition Open Access to convert the manuscripts of authors into books.
“My work relies on bringing together existing observations on animals to answer macro-evolutionary questions. My workflow revolves around finding, processing, and depositing data.” Finding data. A useful tool to structure the search for existing data and to record the process
“One tool that has proven to be particularly valuable to me is the formr survey framework. formr is free, open-source software that allows users to generate surveys and chain them together in a very flexible manner. We used formr to
“To realize open and collaborative research I heavily use git(lab) for sharing and syncing of readable though powerful markdown documents.”
I am a PhD student at the Max Planck institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, in the department of Human Behavior, Ecology and Culture. I work on the life-history of parent-offspring conflict in humans. My work mainly consists in applying population
What I love about my workflow is that using tools to make my research open and transparent makes my research faster and better! The key pieces that contribute to improving speed and research rigor are 1) rmarkdown (text and R
In Bioinformatics we live at the border of data science and biomedical research. We have seen what open source software and social coding platforms have done to accelerate and define what we now know as software industry. More recently also