Wednesday, February 17, 2021 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM
Ensuring the Reproductive Health of Your Research
Reproducible research is the practice of distributing all the data, code, and tools needed to reproduce the results of an analysis. Reproducible research practices help detect and prevent errors, document the correctness of the work, and can make analysts more efficient. This presentation will discuss several recommended practices for reproducible research and highlight opportunities for integrating these practices into current workflows.
Matthew Maenner is an epidemiologist and Surveillance Team lead in CDC’s Child Development and Disability Branch. Before coming to CDC as an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer in 2013, he was at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he completed a PhD in Population Health/Epidemiology and a postdoctoral fellowship focused on developmental disabilities research.