Monday, November 6, 2023 From rOpenSci (https://ropensci.org/blog/2023/11/06/r-universe-stars-finale/). Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under the CC-BY license.
The R-Universe is used by professionals from different fields, although they all pursue the same objective: to offer their R packages in a simple and accessible way.
At rOpenSci we work to provide tools that facilitate access to data and research software generated with good software development practices and in a friendly community. With the R-Universe platform we basically seek to present the entire #rstats universe so that anyone can find the most suitable package to solve a problem.
In the R-Universe we find very diverse packages. From teams analyzing statistical data in the Argentine state to research on the human brain in Norway.
In this blog post, we summarize the interviews of the series Meeting the stars of the R-Universe and bring you five examples of organizations and teams that choose the R-Universe to facilitate access and promote community sharing of data and software.
This is a small sample of a large Universe where professionals from different areas coexist, all of them people who use R. Each team highlights different benefits of our platform:
There are a lot more R-Universes out there! Which other Universes you would like us to interview in the next series so we can learn even more about the teams and packages that are part of the rOpenSci Multiverse?