Our Resource Library includes tutorials of how to perform common computational tasks using software available at Fred Hutch. If you’re interested in implementing these methods on your own data following best practices for reproducibility, the resources below include templates for setting up your own analyses, as well as additional examples of executable code that can be tailored to suit your own needs.
These templates and examples are generally published as GitHub repositories. If you are unfamiliar with GitHub, please see our section on [Managing and Sharing Code]. If you have other templates or examples you would like to see posted here, please file an issue in our GitHub repository or read our contributing guidelines to learn how you can add the content yourself.
Templates for data analysis and coding
The following repositories were created by researchers at Fred Hutch to assist in software development and data analysis following best practices for reproducibility.
- Python data analysis template: Data analysis project using Python in Jupyter notebooks
- Python tool development template: Developing a Python package
- Flask Python template: Creating a web application using Python
- Shiny app template: template for creating an interactive web application using the R package Shiny
- SCHARP templates: templates used by the Fred Hutch research group SCHARP for data analysis in R
Other groups have developed templates for more general use:
- Cookiecutter is a command-line utility that allows you to create projects from project templates that includes a wide variety of functionality for different languages.
- Shablona is a template developed by UW’s eScience that is specifically designed for small scientific Python projects.
Fred Hutch Code Examples
These repositories were created by Fred Hutch researchers and staff, and contain a variety of curated example code with documentation.
- Data Science Example Code: Example code for a variety of common data science analysis tasks, longer than what appears in the Resource Library, but not so long as to warrant their own repositories.
- Slurm examples: Examples of using Slurm (the job management system used on our cluster) for life sciences research tasks.
- Batch pipeline: Example workflows for a multi-step array job on AWS Batch (cloud computing)
- Python examples: discussed and aggregated by the Python User Group at Fred Hutch.
- Nextflow examples: this link shows all repositories containing Nextflow (
nf) examples in the Fred Hutch GitHub organization. Each repository represents a different kind of analysis (e.g.,)
- Older repositories involving workflows that are useful for reference:
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