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  1. Coding assistance for JupyterLab (code navigation + hover suggestions + linters + autocompletion + rename) using Language Server Protocol

    TypeScript 1.2k 90

  2. A library for creating complex UpSet plots with ggplot2 geoms

    R 247 15

  3. ActiveDriverDB

    Python 10 3

  4. gsea-api Public

    Pandas API for multiple Gene Set Enrichment Analysis implementations in Python (GSEApy, cudaGSEA, GSEA)

    Python 8 2

  5. Analyses for "State of the field in multi-omics research: from computational needs to data mining and sharing"

    Jupyter Notebook 15 7

  6. Retrieve PubMed articles, text-mining annotations, or molecular data from >35 Entrez databases via easy to use Python package - built on top of Entrez E-utilities API.

    Python 16 1

3,192 contributions in the last year

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January 2022

Created a pull request in jupyterlab/jupyterlab-plugin-playground that received 8 comments

Transpile (optional) TypeScript, support imports (package and relative) and schema

This is a follow up to #26 based on the discussion held in there. It is also a first step towards #25 and it relevant to #5. The ultimate goal is t…

+2,625 −719 8 comments

Created an issue in jupyter/notebook that received 11 comments

Regression: CSS styles in markdown not shown in v6.4.6

Describe the bug A user reported on mailing list that CSS styles do not work for them. They somewhat incorrectly attributed it to a security fix in…

Opened 8 other issues in 8 repositories
54 contributions in private repositories Jan 4 – Jan 25

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