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Data organization in spreadsheets

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RT @lobrowR: Also in this data sci series: "Packaging data analytical work reproducibly using R (& friends)" https://t.co/wdSynLidTW (Marwi…
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RT @lobrowR: Also in this data sci series: "Packaging data analytical work reproducibly using R (& friends)" https://t.co/wdSynLidTW (Marwi…
Also in this data sci series: "Packaging data analytical work reproducibly using R (& friends)" https://t.co/wdSynLidTW (Marwic @cboettig & Mullen). I start my course giving students the spreadsheets papers (https://t.co/uVhcYbyycz) & aim by the end to introduce this #rstats https://t.co/Nj9nWnr1Oh
Data organization in spreadsheets https://t.co/3OB7QlkGSB - original data files as csv/tsv - no calculations in original data files - iso 8601 dates
36 days ago
RT @ADAlthousePhD: RELATED NOTE: this preprint (https://t.co/1rbdauku7f) of which I was previously unaware does a masterful job cataloging…
RT @ADAlthousePhD: RELATED NOTE: this preprint (https://t.co/1rbdauku7f) of which I was previously unaware does a masterful job cataloging…
RT @ADAlthousePhD: RELATED NOTE: this preprint (https://t.co/1rbdauku7f) of which I was previously unaware does a masterful job cataloging…
RT @ADAlthousePhD: RELATED NOTE: this preprint (https://t.co/1rbdauku7f) of which I was previously unaware does a masterful job cataloging…
RT @ADAlthousePhD: RELATED NOTE: this preprint (https://t.co/1rbdauku7f) of which I was previously unaware does a masterful job cataloging…
RELATED NOTE: this preprint (https://t.co/1rbdauku7f) of which I was previously unaware does a masterful job cataloging most/all of the classic traps. If you are of the stature that this is acceptable, well worth simply providing this to any prospective collaborator. https://t.co/KF5pyOpNX1
@ADAlthousePhD This. Today. This guy didn't read https://t.co/XvBiyu0jZY as I required (fortunately, didn't include data as comments to the cells) https://t.co/7NDTQ7Q7HV
@hardsci Nuts and bolts for computing in this paper and others in this special section of peerj ej spreadsheet organization github https://t.co/G6Tcv7BbBi
Data organization in spreadsheets https://t.co/IzhboIWFLm vía @PeerJPreprints
RT @sophie4quality: Just found this beautiful data organization guide that should be a must read for all working with data! Thank you @kara…
124 days ago
RT @sophie4quality: Just found this beautiful data organization guide that should be a must read for all working with data! Thank you @kara…
Just found this beautiful data organization guide that should be a must read for all working with data! Thank you @kara_woo and @kwbroman https://t.co/RstxfyQeVV
130 days ago
Practical recommendations for organizing spreadsheet data to reduce errors and ease later analyses https://t.co/1i1pkq1YTu
137 days ago
Data organization in spreadsheets https://t.co/7WKv46JKHe via @PeerJPreprints
RT @scott_bot: My DH seminar this week is on slicing the world into data. Readings: -Star/Bowker's "Sorting Things Out" -Daston's https://…
142 days ago
RT @scott_bot: My DH seminar this week is on slicing the world into data. Readings: -Star/Bowker's "Sorting Things Out" -Daston's https://…
143 days ago
RT @scott_bot: My DH seminar this week is on slicing the world into data. Readings: -Star/Bowker's "Sorting Things Out" -Daston's https://…
RT @scott_bot: My DH seminar this week is on slicing the world into data. Readings: -Star/Bowker's "Sorting Things Out" -Daston's https://…
RT @scott_bot: My DH seminar this week is on slicing the world into data. Readings: -Star/Bowker's "Sorting Things Out" -Daston's https://…
My DH seminar this week is on slicing the world into data. Readings: -Star/Bowker's "Sorting Things Out" -Daston's https://t.co/rxAw7UFueN -Drucker's https://t.co/qHuEvlbkQz -Westbrook/Saperstein's https://t.co/rhuL1ocju2 -Broman/Woo's https://t.co/ZvlTBjUZhO -@ProgHist lessons
@matthewdlincoln @hadleywickham @GettyHub Your timing is awful. https://t.co/ZvlTBjUZhO was this week's assigned reading; I'd have added yours had you written this earlier. (...added to next semester's intro syllabus though...)
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Karl W. Broman is an Academic Editor for PeerJ.

Author Contributions

Karl W Broman wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

Kara H. Woo wrote the paper, prepared figures and/or tables, reviewed drafts of the paper.

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The research in this article did not generate any data or code.

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