r-cubed: Guiding the overwhelmed scientist from random wrangling to Reproducible Research in R

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r-cubed : Guiding the overwhelmed scientist from random wrangling to Reproducible Research in R. / Johnston, Luke; Juel, Helene Bæk; Lengger, Betinna; Witte, Daniel Rinse; Chatwin, Hannah; Christiansen, Malene Revsbech; Isaksen, Anders Aasted.

In: The Journal of Open Source Education, Vol. 4, No. 44, 122, 10.2021.

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Harvard

Johnston, L, Juel, HB, Lengger, B, Witte, DR, Chatwin, H, Christiansen, MR & Isaksen, AA 2021, 'r-cubed: Guiding the overwhelmed scientist from random wrangling to Reproducible Research in R', The Journal of Open Source Education, vol. 4, no. 44, 122. https://doi.org/10.21105/jose.00122

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Johnston, L., Juel, H. B., Lengger, B., Witte, D. R., Chatwin, H., Christiansen, M. R., & Isaksen, A. A. (2021). r-cubed: Guiding the overwhelmed scientist from random wrangling to Reproducible Research in R. The Journal of Open Source Education, 4(44), [122]. https://doi.org/10.21105/jose.00122

CBE

Johnston L, Juel HB, Lengger B, Witte DR, Chatwin H, Christiansen MR, Isaksen AA. 2021. r-cubed: Guiding the overwhelmed scientist from random wrangling to Reproducible Research in R. The Journal of Open Source Education. 4(44):Article 122. https://doi.org/10.21105/jose.00122

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Johnston L, Juel HB, Lengger B, Witte DR, Chatwin H, Christiansen MR et al. r-cubed: Guiding the overwhelmed scientist from random wrangling to Reproducible Research in R. The Journal of Open Source Education. 2021 Oct;4(44). 122. https://doi.org/10.21105/jose.00122

Author

Johnston, Luke ; Juel, Helene Bæk ; Lengger, Betinna ; Witte, Daniel Rinse ; Chatwin, Hannah ; Christiansen, Malene Revsbech ; Isaksen, Anders Aasted. / r-cubed : Guiding the overwhelmed scientist from random wrangling to Reproducible Research in R. In: The Journal of Open Source Education. 2021 ; Vol. 4, No. 44.

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