Data Science

Quarto: a library to run them all? A collaborative exercise to use, learn and assess quarto for authoring reproducible documents in different scenarios

Using literate programming is a widespread practice amongst data scientists. This practice not only encourages data scientists to produce transparent, rich and reflective accounts of their analysis without the extra overhead of switching between tools, but also leads to artefacts (i.

Managing R script dependencies: automagic and renv

In this first session of the WRUG reproducibility series, I introduce two methods to deal with library dependencies: {automagic} and {renv}

Streetscape Perception Modelling – Theoretical Considerations and Methodological Possibilities

The influence of features and properties of the urban built-up environment on people’s sense of safety and perception of beauty, social vibrancy, and walkability is a topic of interest of urban geographers, designers, planners, and environmental psychologists alike.