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These events in the summer of 2018 are funded by the Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) Catalyst Program, an initiative of the [Center for Effective Global Action at UC Berkeley][1]. For more information, please visit [][2], sign up for the [BITSS blog][3], and follow BITSS on Twitter [@UCBITSS][4]. Before attending the workshop, please take the anonymous BITSS Pre-Training [survey]( on knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to research transparency and reproducibility. ## Schedule - 11-12 Sept: Silpakorn university, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand - 13 Sept: Vietnam National University, Science, Hanoi ([Files for coding demonstration]( - 14 Sept: Vietnam National University, Social Science, Hanoi - 17 Sept: National Taiwan University, Taipei ([Files for coding demonstration]( - 21 Sept: National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan ([Files for coding demonstration]( - 1 Oct: University of Seoul, South Korea ## Materials The materials varied slightly from location to location because of scheduling differences, but they were all based on these: - [Slides on Open Access ]( - [Slides on Open Data]( - [Slides on Open Methods]( - [Slides on Writing for Publication in International Journals]( - [Data Carpentry lessons on R for Social Sciences lessons]( - [Handouts for R & RStudio]( ## Instructions to prepare Instructions for participants to prepare: 1. Bring a laptop and power supply so you can charge the battery during the day 2. Before coming to the workshop download and install onto your laptop these three free programs (accepting all default options during installation): a. R for Windows ( or OSX ( b. RStudio from c. Git from 3. Create a free account for yourself on, this is useful for working with the Git version control system 4. If you have any questions before the workshop, please send an email to me at ---- [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]:
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