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mjlajeunesse/README.md

Hi all 👋, my name is Marc Lajeunesse

  • 👨💻 I'm an Associate Professor at University of South Florida, Tampa
  • 📚 I’m a Research Synthesis Methodologist, Ecologist, and Evolutionary Biologist
  • 📊 My main interests include meta-analysis, odonates, parasites, plant-insect interactions
  • :octocat: You can find my code projects (mostly R packages) here on GitHub
  • 🌍 You can find more information about my research and research team here: USF website
  • 🐦 You can also find me on Twitter
  • 😄 And you can also find me on YouTube

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  1. juicr Public

    The juicr R package is a GUI interface to automated, semi-automated, and manual tools for extracting data from scientific images -- like scatter or bar plots that contain data, or other images with…

    R 6 1

  2. OpenMEE Public

    Forked from gdietz/OpenMEE

    intuitive software for ecological and environmental meta-analysis

    Python

  3. metagear Public

    Forked from cran/metagear

    metagear — Comprehensive Research Synthesis Tools for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis.

    R 4

  4.  This is a read-only mirror of the CRAN R package repository. metagear — Comprehensive Research Synthesis Tools for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analysis. Homepage: http://lajeunesse.myweb.usf.edu/…

    R 19 7

  5. Forked from NESCent/phyloMeta

    phyloMeta is a program for phylogenetic comparative analyses with meta-analysis.

    C++

  6. An agile dashboard for R

    R 11

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