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Referee report. For: Hackathon-driven tutorial development [version 1; referees: 1 approved with reservations]
Software is essential for data science. However, several software tools remain out of reach for many users due to a lack of documentation, thus limiting progress in the field. Tutorial development by authors and users can greatly improve a tool's accessibility and accelerate its adoption. In this article, we explore hackathons such as hackseq as a venue for authors and users to develop tutorials to address the lack of documented software. We describe four advantages of hackathon-driven tutorialdoi:10.5256/f1000research.18543.r42213 fatcat:vrw3b3q5pbgunfv2faadfm7cp4