By Raniere Silva, Community Officer.
Docker Containers for Reproducible Research Workshop (C4RR) is only a month away, 28-29th of June 2017 at the University of Cambridge. This workshop offers many talks on the use of containers applied to improve reproducibility on desktop, cloud and HPC environments and some practical sessions.
For those interested in HPC, some talks will surely make the workshop worth for all our attendees, Michael Bauer's one about Singularity, Matthew Hartley's one about ways to make the transition from the desktop to the HPC smother and Jeroen Schot's one describing how the Dutch National e-Infrastructure is empowering containers.
Meanwhile, the talks from Nick James, David Mawdsley and Matthew Upson are aimed at attendees who are more interested in reproducibility. Nick will talk about an open source data analysis pipeline from the European Bioinformatics Institute that employs containers. If you are an R user and are looking for ways to use Knitr with Docker to make easy for your colleagues to reproduce your R Markdown documents, David's talk is for you. And Matthew will take the attendees through a journey…Continue Reading