16 Jan 2017
We are happy to announce that our article Opening the Publication Process with Executable Research Compendia is now published in D-Lib Magazine’s current issue:
This paper was originally presented at the RepScience Workshop in September 2016 and was peer-reviewed as part of the workshop submission. It is published as Open Access along with other papers from the conference.
Nüst, D., Konkol, M., Pebesma, E., Kray, C., Schutzeichel, M., Przibytzin, H., Lorenz, J., 2017. Opening the Publication Process with Executable Research Compendia. D-Lib Magazine 23. doi:10.1045/january2017-nuest
05 Jan 2017
We are happy to announce that a pre-conference workshop “Reproducible Computational Geosciences” at the 20th AGILE International Conference on Geographic Information Science will be held on May 9 2017 in Wageningen, The Netherlands…
15 Dec 2016 | Daniel Nüst
This post is regularly updated (cf. GH issue) and available under the URL http://bit.ly/docker-r. Last update: 22 Aug 2017.
Docker and R: How are they used and could they be used together?
That is the question that we regularly ask ourself. And we try to keep up with other people’s work! In this post, we are going to share our insights with you.
Thanks to Ben Marwick for contributing to this post! You know about a project using Docker and R? Get in touch.
Several implementations of besides the one by R-core exist today, together with numerous integrations into open source and proprietary software (cf. Englisch and German Wikipedia pages). In the following we present the existing efforts for using open source R implementation with Docker.
The most prominent effort…