On Wed, 12 Jan 2022 at 12:14, Ingmar Lippert <ingli(a)ingli.de> wrote:
a brief word of introduction. I am a social scientist, using Fedora for
+5y, doing mostly qualitative research, but occasionally quantitative.
An engineer turned into a computational social scientist here, nice to meet you.
Personally, I do quantitative work, and mostly "live" on R, so I
mainly try to help maintain the R stack. E.g., I maintain the RStudio
package for Fedora , a Copr repo of CRAN , and, in general, I
try to help out R-on-Fedora users .
I wonder whether anybody on this list is up for collaboratively
up a list of social science related software packages, already available
or desired for Fedora.
Sure, if you take the lead, I'd be happy to help, and even package
some software related to the social sciences as time permits.
I would love to connect with other people in the Fedora world who do
research on the social - please get in touch if you like.
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