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Author Arfon M. Smith

Subscribe Now: Apple, Spotify, YouTube, Stitcher In this episode of Open Source for Researchers hosts Abby and Arfon explore the world of open source software in astronomy with Dr. Taylor James Bell, a BAER Institute postdoc at NASA Ames. Eureka! is an end-to-end pipeline designed for JWST (James Webb Space Telescope) time series observations.

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Author Arfon M. Smith

Subscribe Now: Apple, Spotify, YouTube, Stitcher We’re thrilled to announce the launch of “JOSSCast: Open Source for Researchers” - a podcast exploring new ways open source can accelerate your work. Hosted by Arfon Smith and Abby Cabunoc Mayes, each episode features an interview with different authors of published papers in JOSS. There are 3 episodes available for you to listen to today!

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Author Arfon M. Smith

Subscribe Now: Apple, Spotify, YouTube, Stitcher In the first episode of Open Source for Researchers, hosts Arfon and Abby sit down with Eva Maxfield Brown to discuss Speakerbox, an open source speaker identification tool. Originally part of the Council Data Project, Speakerbox was used to train models to identify city council members speaking in transcripts, starting with cities like Seattle.

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Author Arfon M. Smith

Once again, we’re looking to grow our editorial team at JOSS! Since our launch in May 2016, our existing editorial team has handled nearly 3000 submissions (2182 published at the time of writing, 265 under review) and the demand from the community continues to be strong. JOSS now consistently publishes a little over one paper per day, and we see no sign of this demand dropping.

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Authors Dan Foreman-Mackey, Olivia Guest, Daniel S. Katz, Kevin M. Moerman, Kyle Niemeyer, Arfon M. Smith, George K. Thiruvathukal, Kristen Thyng

Once again, we’re looking to grow our editorial team at JOSS! Since our launch in May 2016, our existing editorial team has handled over 2000 submissions (1838 published at the time of writing, 215 under review) and the demand from the community continues to be strong. JOSS now consistently publishes a little over one paper per day, and we see no sign of this demand dropping.

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Author Dan Foreman-Mackey

JOSS is continuing to grow, and we are looking to add more editors with expertise in the area of astronomy & astrophysics. Since our launch in May 2016, our existing editorial team has handled nearly 1900 submissions (1684 published at the time of writing, 205 under review) and the demand from the community continues to grow. In particular, we have seen an increase in the number of astronomy &

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Authors Daniel S. Katz, Arfon M. Smith, Kyle Niemeyer, Kathryn Huff, Lorena A. Barba

The Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS) is committed to the Principles of Open Scholarly Infrastructure, and here we summarize our status in doing so, followed by a more detailed discussion of how we do so, as well as explaining some when we do not, and some work in progress.

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