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Summary of the BIDS Stats Models meeting (Stanford 17-19 of October 2018) #60

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chrisgorgo opened this issue Oct 19, 2018 · 1 comment
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@chrisgorgo chrisgorgo commented Oct 19, 2018

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(missinig from the picture - had to leave early, we were too much in the flow to take the picture earlier - JB Poline, Jeanette Mumford, Ross Blair, Russ Poldrack, Dav Clark, Hernando Ombao, Ming Zhan, Rastko Ciric, and Jessey Wright)

The GitHub project outlines the remaining action items. Considering the release schedule of Derivatives we aim at releasing RC1 of Stats Models at the end of November and aiming to merge it into the main specification in February-March 2019.

Many thanks to our project manager Franklin Feingold for organizing the event.

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@nicholst nicholst commented Oct 20, 2018

Great work everyone! So sorry I couldn't be there in the flesh! I've added as many comments to issues & the doc as possible.

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