Articles by Emily Packer

Stencila – an office suite for reproducible research

July 13, 2018 | Emily Packer

Stencila launches the first version of its (open source) word processor and spreadsheet editor designed for researchers. By Michael Aufreiter, Substance, and Aleksandra Pawlik and Nokome Bentley, Stencila Stencila is an open source office suite designed for researchers. It allows the authoring of interactive, data-driven publications in visual interfaces, similar ...
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Composing reproducible manuscripts using R Markdown

April 17, 2017 | Emily Packer

The technology is available for researchers to create a reproducible manuscript whereby calculations and graphs are generated computationally – thereby saving researcher time and avoiding human error. eLife is exploring ways to support life and biomedical scientists who wish to communicate their research in this way. In this post, Chris Hartgerink, ...
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