New packages



We accept community contributed packages via our onboarding system - a software review system, sorta like scholarly paper review, but way better. We’ll highlight new pacakages here that have come through this system. A huge thanks to our reviewers, who do a lot of work reviewing (see the blog post on our review system), and the authors of the packages!

The following packages recently went through our onboarding process and have been approved:

The following packages were recently submitted to our onboarding process and are undergoing review:

Use cases

Four recent papers and one poster/shiny app cite and/or use rOpenSci software:

Keep up with rOpenSci news

There are a number of ways to keep up with what rOpenSci is doing:


  1. Jahn, N., & Tullney, M. (2016). A study of institutional spending on open access publication fees in Germany. PeerJ, 4, e2323. 

  2. Groom, Q., Weatherdon, L., & Geijzendorffer, I. R. (2016). Is citizen science an open science in the case of biodiversity observations? Journal of Applied Ecology. 

  3. Pirhadi, S., Sunseri, J., & Koes, D. R. (2016). Open Source Molecular Modeling. Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling. 

  4. Wais, Kamil. (in press) Gender Prediction Methods Based on First Names with genderizeR. The R Journal.