Are you putting together your useR!2021 conference schedule this weekend? Four rOpenSci staff and lots of community members are giving presentations and there’s something for everyone!
🔗 Talks by rOpenSci staff
Stefanie Butland, Community Manager, will present on rOpenSci’s Model for Managing a Federated Open Source Software Community on Monday, July 5, 5:05PM UTC / 10:05AM PDT.
Mark Padgham, Software Research Scientist, will give a regular talk about his original autotest package for automatic testing of packages, on Tuesday, July 6, 8:45AM UTC / 1:45PM PDT.
Maëlle Salmon, Research Software Engineer, will give a tutorial, GET better at testing your R package! on Wednesday, July 7, 7-10AM UTC / 12AM PDT. This tutorial is about advanced testing of R packages, with HTTP testing as a case study. The tutorial has no spots left, but it will be recorded and materials are available online.
🔗 Talks about rOpenSci packages and peer review
Andrea Gilardi will talk about his rOpenSci-reviewed osmextract package osmextract: An R package to download, convert, and import large OpenStreetMap datasets, on Tuesday, July 6, 9:45AM UTC / 2:45AM PDT.
Michael Mahoney will talk about his rOpenSci-reviewed package terrainr in Virtual Environments: Using R as a Frontend for 3D Rendering of Digital Landscapes, on Tuesday, July 6, 11:55AM UTC / 5:15AM PDT.
Lluís Revilla Sancho will talk about Packages submission and reviews; how does it work?_ using data about review process of three archives of R packages, CRAN, Bioconductor and rOpenSci. That talk will happen in the same session as Stefanie’s presentation, on Monday, July 5, 5:45AM UTC / 10:45AM PDT.
Daniel Vartanian will talk about his mctq package currently under review in mctq: An R Package for the Munich ChronoType Questionnaire, on Tuesday, July 6, ~12:45AM UTC / 5:45PM PDT.
You can view the conference schedule in the timezone of your choice. For a screen-reader-accessible version of the schedule, see the schedule on ConfTool. Recordings of the presentations will be available after the conference.
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