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Wednesday, October 14 • 16:55 - 17:10
archivist: Managing Data Analysis Results

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Open science needs not only reproducible research but also accessible final and partial results. During the speech I will present the most valuable applications of the archivist package. The archivist is an R package for data analysis results management, which helps in managing, sharing, storing, linking and searching for R objects. The archivist package automatically retrieves the object’s meta-data and creates a rich structure that allows for easy management of calculated R objects. The archivist package extends the reproducible research paradigm by creating new ways to retrieve and validate previously calculated objects. These functionalities also result in a variety of opportunities such as: sharing R objects within reports/articles by adding hooks to R objects in table/figure captions; interactive exploration of object repositories; caching function calls; retrieving object’s pedigree along with information on how the object was created; automated tracking of performance of models.

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Marcin Kosiński

Data Scientist, Freelancer / Data Applications Designer
Marcin Kosiński has a master degree in Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis specialty and for the last 30 months (till March 2017) he was working in the Research and Development Department at the biggest polish news web portal, wp.pl (Virtual Poland Group). Challenges seeker... Read More →


Wednesday October 14, 2015 16:55 - 17:10
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