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Title: Case study: GNU Guix in psychology research and teaching [Video]
Authors: Braun, Lars-Dominik
Issue Date: 12-Nov-2020
Publisher: PsychArchives
Abstract: The Leibniz Institute for Psychology supports psychologists in adopting open science practices by providing them with free infrastructure services. One of these services is PsychNotebook, a web platform providing access to shareable and reproducible R and Python programming environments, using RStudio and JupyterLab in particular. PsychNotebook is used by researchers for analyzing research data and by instructors to teach psychology students script-based analyses. The proposed talk describes why psychology needs this platform, how it is designed and what role GNU Guix plays in all of this. In particular I will be looking at four challenges: user management, project anagement, web app deployment/proxying as well as usability and how GNU Guix supports our deployment process and provides us with reproducible environments.
Citation: Braun, L.-D. (2020). Case study: GNU Guix in psychology research and teaching [Video]. PsychArchives.
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