Commit c9a6c402 authored by Frere, Jonathan (FWCC) - 142176's avatar Frere, Jonathan (FWCC) - 142176
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there is little need to ensure that users understand how a script works when you're the only person who will use that script!
Similarly, some of these techniques are complicated to set up, and may require assistance and support to implement.
For example, static code analysis can have a lot of value in prevent bugs from appearing by identifying common programming mistakes.
For example, static code analysis can have a lot of value in preventing bugs from appearing by identifying common programming mistakes.
Tools that can support this include [mypy](http://mypy-lang.org/) which provides static types for Python,
or linters such as [Pylint](https://pylint.org/) which offer a variety of relevant hints.
Setting these tools up can be complicated for initial projects,
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The questions asked produced some interesting results,
which may help us to identify ways that the consulting team can better support researchers at the Helmholtz Association.
Specifically, the result that familiarity with a technique does not necessarily imply use of a technique
suggests that consultations may be a valuable way of supporting researchers who know what they want to achieve, but don't have the time or ability to achieve it.
suggests that consultations may be a valuable way of supporting researchers who know what they want to achieve, but do not have the time or ability to achieve it.
There are limitations to this survey, which unfortunately affect our ability to draw more detailed conclusions,
but the experiences drawn from creating and analysing this dataset will play a role in creating the 2021 survey.
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