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tl;dr Phylogenetic experiments need explicitly designed reproducibility, rather than accidental or partial reproducibility. There are many working reproducibility solutions out there differing in their approach, interface and functions. There is no perfect solution for all cases, and you can learn a...

Previously I wrote about (1) why we need reproducibility in phylogenetics, (2) what we need to achieve it. This is part 2b, still writing about what we need to achieve reproducibility. My conclusion before was: "that most of the issues surrounding...

In part 1 of this series I wrote about why we need reproducible phylogenetics, here I write about what we actually need to do. tl;dr We need only a few classes of things (open reusable archiving of all data, information provenance, recording of...

We are still largely missing the benefits of reproducibility in phylogenetics. I think that this makes our lives unnecessarily difficult and makes us particularly poorly prepared to confront modern data-rich phylogenetics. In this first post "Why" I want to talk...

I received an email from Alex Lang and he asked about my current use of Electronic Lab Notebooks Hi Dave, I'm a physics graduate student who just started using a WordPress based ELN. I really found your thoughts on ELNs helpful, especially: http://www.davelunt.net/evophylo/2009/03/wordpress-as-eln/ https://speakerdeck.com/davelunt/electronic-lab-notebooks-for-ug-students Since...

We have two jobs open at the moment in the Hull Evolutionary Genetics group @EvoHull. Both are, I think, quite exciting; not your standard postdoc positions and the group is looking forward to getting two new colleagues. 1-Year Lectureship in Evolutionary Biology This...

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