For the past three years I’ve been doing my PhD in applied maths at Manchester. Now that I’m almost ready to submit my thesis I thought I’d write up some tips for those who are just beginning their PhD journey.
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The Software Sustainability Institute, Mathworks, and the Software Carpentry group recently collaborated to run a course at Manchester University. The event was designed to teach best practices in software engineering to young researchers and mainly focused on three points:
- the command line and shell scripting (mainly in Bash).
- version control, and in particular Git.
- data manipulation, unit testing, and performance considerations in MATLAB.
In this post I’ll highlight what I took away from the course and give links to some useful information.
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