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  1. Is mybinder 95% of the way to next-gen computational science publishing, or only 90%?

    If you haven't seen mybinder.org, you should go check it out. It's a site that runs IPython/Jupyter Notebooks from GitHub for free, and I think it's a solution to publishing reproducible computational work.

    For a really basic example, take a look at my demo Software Carpentry lesson. Clicking …

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  2. Transcriptomic analysis with Docker containers and data volumes

    As part of our Docker hands-on workshop earlier this month, I learned a lot about building Dockerfiles, running Docker containers on remote hosts with docker-machine, and using data volumes to manage data in remotely hosted Docker containers.

    During and after the workshop, I put together Docker images (and, more importantly …

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