Reproducible Research for Teams with GitHub – 2022-02-17
Prerequisites: Familiarity with the Command Line and Git versioning control software is required. If you have not taken DataLab's Introduction to Unix Command Line and Introduction to Version Control with Git, please review the materials for those trainings prior to this session (see https://datalab.ucdavis.edu/archive/). Participants should be proficient in navigating their computer and executing basic Git commands using a shell scripting program (Terminal, Bash, etc.). Before attending this workshop, learners should be able to create, modify, and navigate to a directory, place a directory under version control, and make, stage, and commit changes using command line. Learners must also open a GitHub account and link SSH keys with that account prior to the workshop. Instructions for doing the latter two tasks were sent in pre-circulated materials a week before the live session. Students can also request a GitHub student developer pack, which allows for unlimited free private repositories.
All participants will need: a computer on which they
have administrative rights and are able to install software; the latest
versions of Zoom, Git, and (if using Windows) Bash; a GitHub account; SSH keys
linked with GitHub.
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