Reproducible Research with Git and GitHub

10:00-12:00 (IST) Friday, October 16.

12:00 - 14:00 (IST) Wednesday, November 11.


Transparent research practices and the reproducibility of results are highly relevant for all academic projects. A reproducible workflow is fundamental to keep track of progress and changes. Additionally, most peer-reviewed journals nowadays require to upload replication data and code to reproduce all findings reported in a paper. In this workshop, participants will learn how to use Git and GitHub to set up a reproducible workflow and implement version control for their code and manuscript. Prior knowledge of this software is not required, but participants must download GitHub Desktop and set up a free GitHub account before the workshop.

The number of places is limited, and places are offered on a first-come-first-served basis. If you would like to attend the second edition of this workshop (11 November), please submit the registration form by Monday 9 November 2020.


Instructor: Stefan Müller
Assistant Professor and Ad Astra Fellow
School of Politics and International Relations
University College Dublin