It would be great to have someone from the Galaxy community involved in this reproducible science hack-a-thon, as Galaxy is such a positive contribution to workflows in reproducible science.

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        Reproducible Science Hackathon:
      Curriculum & Workflow Development
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Goal: Develop a short course curriculum for tools, resources, and practices for reproducible science.

Location: NESCent, Durham, NC
Dates and times: December 8 - 11, 2014; 9 am - 5pm each day

To apply: http://goo.gl/GzS118 ; deadline October 10, 2014. Successful applicants will be notified by October 17th.

Synopsis

Making science more reproducible has enormous potential to accelerate scientific advance, including for practicing individuals. Despite this, the tools and approaches that are already available are rarely taught. To address this, we are organizing a 4-day workshop aimed at developing, and later teaching, a short course curriculum for tools, resources, and practices for reproducible science. A part of the workshop will also be devoted to addressing gaps that hinder the broad adoption of such resources. The event will be held December 8-11,2014, in Durham, NC, at the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent). We aim to assemble a diverse and interdisciplinary group of participants, and invite those interested to apply by Oct 10 at http://goo.gl/GzS118.

The full Call for Participation can be found here: http://goo.gl/IzACr3
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