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Opinionated analysis development

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RT @dmi3k: @rgfitzjohn It was a nice article tho. Data versioning is a huge open question. @markvdloo et al have contributed extensively to…
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@rgfitzjohn It was a nice article tho. Data versioning is a huge open question. @markvdloo et al have contributed extensively to data assurance, but formal data version control triggering re-rendering of analysis I have last heard in https://t.co/paPMI4P6ym Is @wmlandau {drake} the answer?
95 days ago
Opinionated analysis development https://t.co/WkxQtHqi0q via @instapaper
@ChelseaParlett https://t.co/lj9wGk5Xhp ?
303 days ago
@NSSDeviations In fact, @hspter, I like the way you discuss functions and modular/testable code in opinionated analysis development (https://t.co/doOSVViaxU). Have your own opinions changed?
@TiffanyTimbers @swcarpentry @JennyBryan @gvwilson @lexnederbragt @tracykteal 4. .@hspter's Opinionated analysis development paper: https://t.co/8DCdwZsJj0
325 days ago
RT @kwbroman: .@juliesquid Also see the @thePeerJ Preprint collection https://t.co/pg37YzqLjY, which includes @hspter’s “Opinionated analys…
RT @kwbroman: .@juliesquid Also see the @thePeerJ Preprint collection https://t.co/pg37YzqLjY, which includes @hspter’s “Opinionated analys…
RT @kwbroman: .@juliesquid Also see the @thePeerJ Preprint collection https://t.co/pg37YzqLjY, which includes @hspter’s “Opinionated analys…
326 days ago
.@juliesquid Also see the @thePeerJ Preprint collection https://t.co/pg37YzqLjY, which includes @hspter’s “Opinionated analysis development” https://t.co/eFzaUVWnYw https://t.co/TJeTUf1ZoP
@benmarwick @tslumley @FrederikAust @rOpenSci I can't stop thinking about how plots aren't agnostic. That plot tools with statistical software packages are inherently, if inadvertently, opinionated. And plots do invite certain interpretations, emphasise some over others and all that, variables, etc. https://t.co/0Xtmkh19Ut
#SDSS2019 @TiffanyTimbers workflow features: version control, exec analysis scripts and pipelines, defined and shippable dependencies -- owing to Hillary Parker's opinionated analysis development https://t.co/51bbXoPz8o
@benmarwick @adamhsparks @alexpghayes @malco_barrett And that leaves the user free to write a short, custom caption in bookdown::, if they wish - and also label/cross-ref the figure. Here I use "opinionated" in this sense: https://t.co/0Xtmkh19Ut
@dylanjm_ds @thomas_mock Last one: here’s another similar article to above with even more focus on great R tools for a strong analysis workflow https://t.co/peT7GD0zcp
@healthstatsdude @ChrisLuv @JohnGandy @kjhealy @hadleywickham The paper "Opinionated Analysis Development" by @hspter is a higher-level abstraction of similar ideas https://t.co/FxXqMJSBGp - reproducible & auditable (the code documents the process explicitly) - accurate - collaborative
What would standards for workflow look like? @hspter has an article (https://t.co/0qHVttUtuy) on Opinionated Analysis Development that I encourage you to check out. It lays out key features she thinks an analysis should have and an "opinion" on how to achieve that. At the very
525 days ago
@Caroline_Bartma @hspter has some excellent advice in https://t.co/UdWM6BY5rw
RT @robinson_es: .@hspter shares the idea of blameless postmortems - if something goes wrong, the system failed you. Don’t blame the person…
.@hspter shares the idea of blameless postmortems - if something goes wrong, the system failed you. Don’t blame the person, figure out how to make the system better. Check out her paper on this & opinionated frameworks for data analysis https://t.co/YldZWRA5Za #Rstudioconf https://t.co/jZT33waSSM
@f_chiare Also this article from Hilary Parker is a nice citation of specific programming tools that explains their relevance to DS: https://t.co/peT7GD0zcp
RT @tdda0: Finally read Hilary ( @hspter) Parker’s paper “Opinionated Analysis Development”. https://t.co/KwFjDU1FMc She’s probably the p…
RT @tdda0: Finally read Hilary ( @hspter) Parker’s paper “Opinionated Analysis Development”. https://t.co/KwFjDU1FMc She’s probably the p…
686 days ago
RT @tdda0: Finally read Hilary ( @hspter) Parker’s paper “Opinionated Analysis Development”. https://t.co/KwFjDU1FMc She’s probably the p…
RT @tdda0: Finally read Hilary ( @hspter) Parker’s paper “Opinionated Analysis Development”. https://t.co/KwFjDU1FMc She’s probably the p…
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Competing Interests

I am an employee of Stitch Fix, a private company.

Author Contributions

Hilary Parker conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools, 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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This work was done while an employee at Stitch Fix. The funders had no role in study design, data collection and analysis, decision to publish, or preparation of the manuscript.


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