- rOpenSci received a $678K award from the Sloan Foundation to expand Software Peer Review.
- We are hiring for a new position in statistical software testing and peer review.
- Join our next Community Call on Reproducible Workflows at Scale with drake September 24th.
- Videos, speakers’ slides, resources and collaborative notes from our Community Calls on Involving Multilingual Communities and Reproducible Research with R are posted.
Software Peer Review
5 community-contributed packages passed software peer review.
3 new packages from the community are on CRAN.
- git2rdata – store and retrieve data.frames in a Git repository
- tidypmc – parse full text XML documents from PubMed Central
- UCSCXenaTools – download and explore datasets from UCSC Xena data hubs
On the Blog
From the rOpenSci team
- Taking over maintenance of a software package
- rOpenSci Contributors at useR!2019
- 2 Months in 2 Minutes – rOpenSci News, June 2019
From the community
- 51 published works cited or used rOpenSci software (listed in individual newsletters)
- 6 use cases for our packages or resources were posted in our discussion forum
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