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[REVIEW]: Prest: Open-Source Software for Computational Revealed Preference Analysis #1015
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Oct 14, 2018
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@arfon This is now fully compliant with the JOSS guidelines IMO.
@georgiosgerasimou and @ziman, thank you so much for being prompt and accommodative of my many queries and clarifications. It's an amazing software, with great docs and code architecture, and I am glad I got the chance to review it! Also, thanks for taking the time to ensure JOSS compliance.
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