I cloned the GitHub Repo to my local machine. I installed the dependencies mentioned in the readme file. Then I executed the make file. At first it didn't work and I had to delete the version numbers of python packages in the make file. In a second try I also had to download git-annex which wasn't mentioned in the dependencies. Then it worked.
I have basic python knowledge and good command line skills. I have never executed a make file before.
The dependencies mentioned in the readme file and git-annex.
Python and the command line.
The make file didn't run correctly because of different versions of python and python packages. I had to delete the version numbers of python packages in the makefile.
The approach with the make file is very user friendly and nice because you only have to execute one file and few commands to reproduce the results.
It would have been nice to add the git-annex to the dependencies in the readme file. Also the used python version would have been good to avoid incompatibility issues. A container, a conda environment or a detailed list of python version and python package versions used would be a nice solution.
Include the git-annex dependency.
Clear instructions on how to execute the code.
License and citation could be included in the readme file.