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Code As Manuscript is an organization that teaches R through hands-on workshops. These workshops cover topics that encourage thinking about code and analyses as a ‘publishable’ unit and as something that should be made public and shared, and how to go about applying this way of thinking. Our mission is to provide training to graduate students, researchers, and scientists on how to make their analyses more reproducible and to change how researchers view their code.

We get much inspiration for our workshops from Software Carpentry (SWC), of which we are also SWC instructors. Currently, we teach these workshops as part of the Graduate Professional Skills (GPS) program at the University of Toronto. GPS provides training and workshops that develop skills that are useful in non-academic workplaces that graduate programs may not necessarily give.

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