Let's Git it Started: An Introduction to Reproducible Analytic Workflows in Real-World Evidence Using Git - Sponsored by the Student Council (January 18, 2024)

Presented by Janick Weberpals, Transparency and reproducibility in pharmacoepidemiology research 

Transparency and reproducibility in conducting healthcare database studies in pharmacoepidemiology are critical scientific requirements for meaningful research. While many advances have been made in the documentation and reporting of study protocols and results, the principles for version control and sharing of analytic code in real-world evidence are not yet as established as in other quantitative disciplines like computational biology and health informatics. 

This tutorial aims to give a practical introduction tailored for pharmacoepidemiologists on how to set up, structure, and implement analytic workflows using Git, the most frequently used distributed version-control system to date. 

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