Title: eCOBIDAS: a webApp to that writes your methods section for you
Project collaborators: Many ! And hopefully even more after you join ! All contributors are listed on the repository HERE and in this spreadsheet
I try to keep the spreadsheet up to date at every event and I plan to use it to automate making a longer “Contributors” page for the repository.
Registered Brainhack Global 2020 Event:
Project Description: The main aim of this project is to improve reporting methods and results in neuroimaging (f/MRI, i/EEG, MEG, PET…) in order to increase transparency and reproducibility.
We want to do this by developing a set webapps to run checklists:
Data to use: No data will be used.
Link to project repository/sources: https://github.com/Remi-Gau/eCobidas
fMRI prototype app:
PET prototype app:
eyetracking prototype app:
Goals for Brainhack Global 2020:
Good first issues:
Several “good first issues” here but I would like to focus on:
NOTE : I created empty issued where I want to describe better the goals of those 2 issues.
The project has many moving parts so there is a certain level of flexibility in terms of skills needed:
Once the issue is submitted, please check items in this list as you add under ‘Additional project info’
Link to your project: could be a code repository, a shared document, etc.
Goals for Brainhack Global 2020: describe what you want to achieve during this brainhack.
Flesh out at least 2 “good first issues”: those are tasks that do not require any prior knowledge about your project, could be defined as issues in a GitHub repository, or in a shared document.
Skills: list skills that would be particularly suitable for your project. We ask you to include at least one non-coding skill. Use the issue labels for this purpose.
Optionally, you can also include information about:
Number of participants required.
Twitter-size summary of your project pitch.
Provide an image of your project for the Brainhack Global 2020 website.
I need to work on a better one than that (that could be part of this project actually), but here you go: Image:
We would like to think about how you will credit and onboard new members to your project. If you’d like to share your thoughts with future project participants, you can include information about:
Specify how you will acknowledge contributions (e.g. listing members on a contributing page).
Provide links to onboarding documents if you have some: the documentation is the closest thing I have to an onboarding document at the moment - https://remi-gau.github.io/eCobidas/