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material for the course, from reading material to exercises to images. It is
structured as a book, with "chapters" as lessons. For
more detail on the course, check out the <a href='https://r-cubed.rostools.org'>website</a>.
Version: 4.0
Version: 4.1
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The amount of biological data created increases every year, driven largely by
technologies such as high-throughput -omics, real-time monitoring, or high
resolution imaging as well as greater access to routine administrative data and
resolution imaging in addition to greater access to routine administrative data and
larger study populations. This not only presents operational challenges, but
also highlights considerable needs for the skills and knowledge to manage,
process, and analyze this data [@Brownson2015]. Along with the open science movement
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The `r-cubed` (**R**eproducible **R**esearch in **R** or R3) learning module is
structured as a three-day workshop, with five sub-modules. We have specifically
designed the module as an open educational resource that 1) instructors can make
use of directly or modify for their own lessons and 2) learners can use
designed the module as an open educational resource that: 1) instructors can make
use of directly or modify for their own lessons; and, 2) learners can use
independently or as a reference after participating in the workshop. All content
is available for re-use under CC-BY License.
# Statement of Need
Reproducibility is a key component to verifying scientific findings.
Unfortunately, the reproducibility of scientific studies is largely unknown
[@Considine2017;@Leek2017], as researchers are unaware of, have no
Unfortunately, the reproducibility of scientific studies is difficult to estimate
[@Considine2017;@Leek2017] as researchers may be unaware of, have no
training in, or lack incentives to conduct reproducible research.
Improving reproducibility requires an awareness and training in multiple areas,
including version control, project and data management, and reproducible
reporting alongside the traditional statistical analysis. Training in these
reporting alongside the traditional curriculum of statistical analysis. Training in these
skill areas is critical to tackling the modern demands of reproducibility.
The learning module provides training in reproducibility, open science, and
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Instructors were graduate students or postdoctoral researchers from diverse
fields within diabetes research, of whom most had relatively recently learned R
themselves. Including late-novice or early-intermediate R users as instructors
makes communicating and relating to the learners easier and, we believe, provides
makes communicating and relating to the learners easier and we believe it provides
a better learning environment. A ratio of about 4-6 learners for every
instructor/helper has proven to be most effective in past workshops.
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