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Presentation about biocthis to the Bioconductor Technical Advisory Board on 2020-11-05

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Leonardo Collado-Torres

November 05, 2020
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  1. biocthis Leonardo Collado Torres lcolladotor.github.io 2020-11-05

  2. LIEBER INSTITUTE for BRAIN DEVELOPMENT usethis: helpful framework for making

    R packages • https://usethis.r-lib.org/ • usethis::create_package() https://usethis.r-lib.org/refer ence/create_package.html
  3. LIEBER INSTITUTE for BRAIN DEVELOPMENT GitHub Actions • Saves you

    time • Enables automatically testing your package on winOS, macOS, linux, docker ◦ https://docs.github.com/en/actions/reference/virtual-environments-for-github-host ed-runners • Reproducible framework ◦ Particularly when you use docker http://bioconductor.org/help/docker/ ◦ powered by https://www.rocker-project.org/ • But it’s also cutting edge ◦ You might run into the latest R issues ◦ Might need to figure out how to install • https://github.com/r-lib/actions • https://www.jimhester.com/talk/2020-rsc-github-actions/
  4. LIEBER INSTITUTE for BRAIN DEVELOPMENT GHA machines (up to 6

    hours)
  5. LIEBER INSTITUTE for BRAIN DEVELOPMENT biocthis: helps jumpstart this process

    • Includes a GitHub Actions workflow that is Bioconductor-friendly ◦ https://lcolladotor.github.io/biocthis/reference/use_bioc_github_action.html ◦ Bioconductor docker + macOS + winOS ◦ R CMD build + check + BiocCheck ◦ covr: code coverage ◦ pkgdown: documentation website • Has functions similar to usethis but that are tailored for Bioconductor’s needs (and/or mine) ◦ https://lcolladotor.github.io/biocthis/reference/use_bioc_vignette.html creates a BiocStyle-based vignette with a structure that I like to use for my R/Bioconductor packages • Includes 4 dev/*.R scripts that will guide you throughout the process of making your R/BioC package
  6. LIEBER INSTITUTE for BRAIN DEVELOPMENT Examples: recount3 • https://github.com/LieberInstitute/recount3 •

    http://research.libd.org/recount3/ • http://research.libd.org/recount3/reference/create_rse.ht ml • Bookdown: http://research.libd.org/SPEAQeasy/ • R Markdown site: https://lcolladotor.github.io/twitter-stats/CDSB2020.html • More? https://lcolladotor.github.io/pkgs/
  7. LIEBER INSTITUTE for BRAIN DEVELOPMENT Increased exposure to changes in

    R build issues • Unlike BioC builds, you have to figure out how to deal with dependencies ◦ Upstream package might not be available • BioC 3.13 uses R-devel and CRAN has no binaries on macOS • Compiling errors can be harder to trace • Can use BioC 3.12 and/or focus on Bioconductor docker’s tests • Can be directly affected by rocker/BioC docker changes
  8. LIEBER INSTITUTE for BRAIN DEVELOPMENT Worth it (for me) •

    Overall faster feedback than BioC’s builds ◦ Complementary, not a replacement • Can help notice issues with OS that you might not realize ◦ Example with tests failing on megadepth on macOS • Helped me be more productive this past round • dev/ scripts/guides can help new users become developers