Better Science Code (43:43)

Better Science Code (43:43)

Date Posted:  May 12, 2017
Date Recorded:  May 10, 2017
Speaker(s):  Eric Denovellis
  • Computational Tutorials

This tutorial focuses on best coding practices to develop code that is reusable, sharable, and bug free. It highlights issues such as documentation, version control, and unit testing, through hands-on computer exercises.

Taught by: Eric Denovellis, Boston University

References for the tutorial can be found here:

Slides and resources will be posted on the computational tutorials stellar page. 
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Eric Denovellis is a postdoctoral researcher in the BU Math & Statistics Department, working with Mark Kramer and Uri Eden. He received his Ph.D. in Computational Neuroscience from BU and is currently developing statistical methods (and code) for electrophysiological data.