WooW-II: Workshop on open workflows

Keywords: Open Workflows, reproducibility, tools


This resource describes WooW-II, a two-day workshop on open workflows for quantitative social scientists. The workshop is broken down in five main parts, where each of them typically consists of an introductionary tutorial and a hands-on assignment. The specific tools discussed in this workshop are Markdown, Pandoc, Git, Github, R, and Rstudio, but the theoretical approach applies to a wider range of tools (e.g., LATEX and Python). By the end of the workshop, participants should be able to reproduce a paper of their own and make it available in an open form applying the concepts and tools introduced.

Author Biography

Daniel Arribas-Bel, University of Birmingham
Lecturer in Human Geography



How to Cite
Arribas-Bel, D. and de Graaff, T. (2015) “WooW-II: Workshop on open workflows”, REGION, 2(2), pp. R1-R2. doi: 10.18335/region.v2i2.85.

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