This workshop will explore working with digital archives using DEVONthink, a powerful document and information management tool that allows you to collect, organize, edit, and annotate documents of any kind. Tinderbox, a sophisticated notetaking application designed to capture and analyze complex relationships and ideas, and Zotero, an open-source reference manager, used to manage bibliographic data and related research materials. For more information on these tools, please visit: DEVONthink devontechnologies.com/apps/devonthink, Tinderbox eastgate.com/Tinderbox, Zotero zotero.org This workshop will be offered via Zoom. If you're registered, you'll receive the Zoom invitation information the day before the workshop.
A fundamental challenge for open science is how best to share the code and data used to produce the analysis, tables, and figures contained in a publication. Fortunately, new tools are emerging to address this problem. This workshop will introduce a solution that utilizes widely used open source components. We’ll create a “compilable” document containing text and bibliography, as well as all the code needed to create the graphs and tables. We’ll demonstrate how the process facilitates making revisions when data changes or in response to reviewer recommendation and the ease with which work can be shared pre or post publication. The following tools will be introduced: * RStudio * Markdown * Zotero * BibTex * GitHub Registration is required: http://calendar.library.ucla.edu/event/3495514