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How to work with other geographically dispersed people

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Research can often involve collaboration with people in other departments or universities. For example, we might create research software or write papers with others.

In this talk, I introduce various software tools designed to facilitate such collaboration. I build upon Mark Williamson’s previous talk on the git revision control system by considering how to use git with online repositories to develop code collaboratively. I also discuss some tools that can help us write papers with others (e.g. slack, overleaf, git with latex).

This talk is part of the RSE Seminars series.

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