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rmacroRDM R package #28

acabunoc opened this issue May 5, 2016 · 2 comments

rmacroRDM R package #28

acabunoc opened this issue May 5, 2016 · 2 comments


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@acabunoc acabunoc commented May 5, 2016

[ Project Lead ] @annakrystalli
[ GitHub Repo ]
[ Track ] Tools: you are building a tool others can help you build
[ Level ] Intermediate
[ Timezone ] BST


The rmacroRDM R package contains functions to help with the compilation of macroecological datasets. It compiles datasets into a master database of individual observations and checks, separates and stores taxonomic and metadata information on observations, variables and datasets. It therefore aims to ensure full traceability of data points and robust quality control, all the way through to extracted analytical datasets.

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@annakrystalli annakrystalli commented May 9, 2016

@acabunoc Hey Abby! I've updated the repo with the (applicable) checklist of documents. Will be tidying up some more but it's all there for now :)

Also I can confirm I'll be available 9-5 UK time for the Global Sprint!

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@acabunoc acabunoc commented May 9, 2016

Amazing @annakrystalli!

Feel free to update this issue with links to the docs & to check off items :)

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