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From addressing the "replication crisis" to saving hours of work reconstructing a past project, adopting a more reproducible research workflow can have substantial benefits. This workshop will introduce the concept of reproducibility, discuss components of transparent research workflows, and provide an overview of methods and tools you can incorporate into your work. **This workshop will cover how to:** * Understand the various components of reproducibility and identify which are most relevant for your individual research * Examine current workflows and identify pieces that could benefit from more reproducible practices * Navigate the many tools and techniques available for automating, documenting, and sharing research **To be successful, you should have:** * A project or research workflow you would like to examine and make more reproducible * An interest in learning about tools, methods, and resources for building reproducible workflows
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