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  1. ⚛️📈 Create and analyze chemical microkinetic models built from computational chemistry data

    Python 18 5

  2. microparsec Public

    A performant Nim parsing library built for humans.

    Nim 27 1

  3. cclib/cclib Public

    Parsers and algorithms for computational chemistry logfiles

    Python 229 128

  4. Cronbach.jl Public

    📏 Cronbach's alpha in Julia.

    Julia 2 1

  5. doi2bib Public

    📝 Easily convert Digital Object Identifier (DOI) and Uniform Resource Locator (URL) to BibTeX and DOI to plain text.

    Shell 28 4

  6. welford Public

    Online algorithms for mean and variance, with support for weighted samplings.

    Rust 1

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May 2022

Created a pull request in Music-and-Culture-Technology-Lab/omnizart that received 4 comments

Sort imports

This sorts all imports in the code base with isort (isort .).

+186 −222 4 comments
Opened 3 other pull requests in 1 repository
Music-and-Culture-Technology-Lab/omnizart 2 open 1 merged
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
Music-and-Culture-Technology-Lab/omnizart 1 pull request

Created an issue in Music-and-Culture-Technology-Lab/omnizart that received 5 comments

Support Python 3.9 (and maybe 3.10?)

As a follow-up to #69, it would be nice to have support for Python 3.9+, which is forbidden in pyproject.toml: omnizart/pyproject.toml Line 26…

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142 contributions in private repositories May 1 – May 20

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