Scientific Computing

I am becoming increasingly interested in using computers more effectively to improve almost all aspects of my research. Although I have been working on this for a long time, I am only just beginning to really organize my thoughts and notes on it. For others interested in this, a few excellent resources are listed below.

  1. Book – Practical Computing for Biologists
  2. Book – Reproducible Research with R and RStudio
  3. Book – Dynamic Documents with R and knitr
  4. Website – Software Carpentry
  5. Website – Data Carpentry

Below are some of my own notes for certain aspects of scientific computing.

  1. Version control with git
    1. General notes on using git
    2. Using git for collaborations