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  1. (WIP) Create and Curate Carpentries Lessons

    R 9 2

  2. R6 classes for exploring the content Carpentries Lessons 📐

    R 1

  3. 🌶 An R package for genetic analysis of populations with mixed (clonal/sexual) reproduction

    R 50 22

  4. Analysis for "Population structure and phenotypic variation of *Sclerotinia sclerotiorum* from dry bean (*Phaseolus vulgaris*) in the United States"

    Shell 10 6

  5. Zhian Kamvar's Ph. D. dissertation from Oregon State University

    TeX 1 2

  6. A repository of my configuration files

    Vim script

Contribution activity

September 2021

Created 7 repositories

Created a pull request in ropensci/tinkr that received 10 comments

Fix 53

I've modified transform_params() in the following ways: assigned the subsetting statements to descriptive names disallowed logical params from bei…

+63 −22 10 comments
Opened 12 other pull requests in 8 repositories
zkamvar/test-with-renv 4 merged
carpentries/lesson-example 2 merged
carpentries/pegboard 1 open
carpentries/varnish 1 merged
carpentries/ 1 merged
carpentries/sandpaper 1 merged
grunwaldlab/poppr 1 merged
carpentries-incubator/ 1 merged
Reviewed 6 pull requests in 3 repositories
carpentries/lesson-example 3 pull requests
carpentries/glosario 2 pull requests
ropensci/tinkr 1 pull request

Created an issue in carpentries/sandpaper that received 7 comments

Can We use Quarto Yet?

As of 2021-09-02, not quite because there is no native support for remote theming in the way we use {varnish}: quarto-dev/quarto-cli#103 Here are m…


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