The Information Management Code Registry (IMCR) Cluster is hosting a virtual hackathon on Wednesday November 14th from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm EST to continue development of three R packages:
- ingestr – For reading standard format data from sensors, data loggers, html, pdf, etc. (Project lead: Joseph Shannon, firstname.lastname@example.org).
- qaqcr – To perform quality assurance and quality control measures on of various data types (Project lead: Patrick Kilduff, email@example.com).
- taxonomyCleanr – For fixing common taxonomic data issues (Project lead: Colin Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you would like to participate, please identify a project above that you would like to work on, familiarize yourself with the project roadmap and current list of issues on GitHub at the links provided, and introduce yourself to the project lead (listed above). Connection links are administered through project leads. We hope to see you there!
More about the IMCR Cluster
The IMCR Cluster supports the development and population of the Information Management Code Registry (IMCR). The IMCR contains software useful for information management tasks commonly encountered in the earth and environmental sciences (e.g. data ingestion, formatting, QA/QC, visualization, metadata generation, archive, etc.), and is a hub for code sharing, collaboration, and development. All levels of software maturity are welcome, from single functions to multi-functional software packages, and everyone is welcome to participate, from novice to expert. The code registry is implemented in OntoSoft and regular community discussions and resources are listed on the cluster's wiki site.
How to Get Involved: Subscribe to the IMCR mailing list and engage in monthly telecons advertised at http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/IM_Code_Registry. Register your code by creating an account in the IMCR Portal. Contact the co-chairs, Colin Smith (email@example.com) and Kristin Vanderbilt (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you have any questions.