rOpenSci | Talks and Publications

Talks and Publications


Most recent talks by the rOpenSci team or community members representing us, in English, French, or Spanish. Links to slides and videos are provided where available. More talks.

How can ornithologists find R packages?
August 10, 2021 β€’ Steffi LaZerte 🌐 online
osmdata: Roadless areas and avian diversity
August 10, 2021 β€’ Mark Padgham 🌐 online
Using rOpenSci packages to access open data for ecology
August 02, 2021 β€’ Steffi LaZerte 🌐 online
Cyberinfrastructure for Ecological Forecasting
August 02, 2021 β€’ Carl Boettiger 🌐 online
Are we learning to build better models at the cost of better decisions?
August 02, 2021 β€’ Carl Boettiger 🌐 online
The right kind of machine learning for a changing planet?
August 02, 2021 β€’ Carl Boettiger 🌐 online
The R-universe project
July 05, 2021 β€’ Jeroen Ooms 🌐 Online
rOpenSci’s Model for Managing a Federated Open Source Software Community
July 05, 2021 β€’ Stefanie Butland 🌐 Online
autotest, a package for automatic testing of packages
July 05, 2021 β€’ Mark Padgham 🌐 Online
Tutorial. GET better at testing your R package!
July 05, 2021 β€’ MaΓ«lle Salmon 🌐 Online


Most recent papers about rOpenSci or rOpenSci-related projects involving members of the rOpenSci team. More papers. Find out how to cite rOpenSci in your papers.

A Community of Practice Around Peer-review for Long-term Research Software Sustainability
Computing in Science & Engineering
Ram, K., Boettiger, C., Chamberlain, S., Ross, N., Salmon, M., & Butland, S. (2018) β€’ doi:10.1109/MCSE.2018.2882753
R Python, and Ruby clients for GBIF species occurrence data
PeerJ Preprints
Chamberlain, S. A., & Boettiger, C. (2017) β€’ doi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.3304v1
Building software, building community: lessons from the rOpenSci project.
Journal of Open Research Software
Boettiger, C., Chamberlain, S., Hart, E., & Ram, K. (2015) β€’ doi:10.5334/jors.bu

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