You will be asked to review the projects of a few of your classmates twice, once for part 3, and once at the end (part 5).
I have several goals for these project reviews:
This review is meant to provide hopefully helpful feedback to each other and to see some projects other than your own to hopefully get further ideas on what to do and how to do things.
announcmentschannel. If you have been asked to review a private project, make sure you are added as collaborator.
After the project has been completed, each of you will review a few of the projects of your classmates, similar to peer review of a manuscript submitted for publication. The part 5 review should be much more detailed and in-depth than the part 3 review.
Follow the instructions provided in the repository to run all code and reproduce everything. Review the whole project using this review template (right-klick to download). * Write up a detailed review using and filling out the template. Once you are done, place your completed review document into the repository you are reviewing, and send a pull request (or do a direct push) for each project you review.
As you reproduce the project, you will likely make a lot of changes
to the repository (e.g., by re-creating figures/tables). If you and
another reviewer do that both, you might run into conflicts when sending
a pull request. If you encounter problems like this, you can provide the
project owner your completed review in some other manner (e.g. through
email or Slack) and they’ll add it to the repository. The
important part is that at the end of the review process, there should be
(at least) 2 completed review documents in the project repository
(either the main folder, or make a
reviews sub-folder for
Ok, now it gets maybe a bit complicated. I will review and assess the quality of your reviews. To that end, I’ll use a fairly simple rubric, similar to the ones for the previous project submissions.
|Sufficient||Reviews are complete or fairly complete||3|
|Somewhat insufficient||Reviews are somewhat incomplete, lack useful/detailed feedback||2|
|Insufficient||Only one review was submitted, or submissions were very incomplete||1|
|Absent||No reviews were submitted||0|
You get a full week to do those reviews, so I expect thorough and good quality work!