Project management with collaborators,
project sharing with the public
The Open Science Framework (OSF) supports the entire research lifecycle: planning, execution, reporting, archiving, and discovery.
We take a rights-based approach to our development, humanitarian and campaign work. We believe that all people are entitled to decent work and income security and to essential services such as health and education, and that everyone should have gender equality, security from conflict and disasters, and be able to participate in social and political life. Here you'll find a wide selection of reports and papers on the programming, advocacy and research that we undertake in order to achieve these aims.
Elegant, instructive examples of functional programming. Supposed to be fun, and teach important programming techniques and fundamental design principles. Traditionally appear in Journal of Functional Programming, and at ICFP and affiliated workshops.
Jason Priem, and Kaitlin Light Costello. Proceedings of the 73rd ASIS&T Annual Meeting on Navigating Streams in an Information Ecosystem, volume 47 of ASIS&T '10, page 75:1--75:4. Silver Springs, MD, USA, American Society for Information Science, (2010)