Reproducible Research at ENAR

March 11, 2013

(This article was first published on Blog - Applied Predictive Modeling, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

I gave a talk at the Spring ENAR meetings this morning on some of the technical aspects of creating the book. The session was on reproducible research and the slides are here.

I was dinged for not using git for version control (we used dropbox for simplicity) but overall the comments were good. There was a small panel at the end for answering questions, which were mostly related to proprietary systems (e.g. SAS).

I was also approached by an editor for Computational Statistics in regards to writing all of this up, which I will when I get a free moment. 

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