Projects that use showyourwork#

Below is a curated list of GitHub repositories that make use of showyourwork!. These are great resources off of which you can base your own work, as they make use of several different features of the workflow. If you would like to showcase your own open source scientific article, please add it to the JSON list of projects by suggesting an edit on GitHub.

Statistics articles (1)#

  • arm61/reporting_sampling
    • Title: Advice on describing Bayesian analysis of neutron and X-ray reflectometry

    • Authors: Andrew R. McCluskey, Andrew J. Caruana, Christy J. Kinane, Alexander J. Armstrong, Tom Arnold, Joshaniel F. K. Cooper, David L. Cortie, Arwel V. Hughes, Jean-François Moulin, Andrew R. J. Nelson, Wojciech Potrzebowski, Vladimir Straostin

    • DOI: arXiv:2207.10406

    • Version: 45dd76d9f113aba9cc60fc8cdd5a7ef129b35cf5

    • Commits: 59

    • Last updated: 2022-07-27

Astronomy articles (8)#

  • katiebreivik/hush
    • Title: Applying the metallicity-dependent binary fraction to double white dwarf formation: Implications for LISA

    • Authors: Sarah Thiele, Katelyn Breivik, Robyn E. Sanderson

    • DOI: arXiv:2111.13700

    • Version: unknown

    • Commits: 154

    • Last updated: 2022-09-01

  • jfcrenshaw/pzflow-paper
    • Title: Statistical Modeling of Galaxy Catalogues with Normalizing Flows

    • Authors: John Franklin Crenshaw, J. Bryce Kalmbach, Alexander Gagliano, Alex Malz, Sam Schmidt, Francois Lanusse

    • DOI: N/A

    • Version: 0.3.0.dev10

    • Commits: 50

    • Last updated: 2022-08-17

  • kazewong/BackPop
    • Title: Backward Population Synthesis: Mapping the Evolutionary History of Gravitational-Wave Progenitors

    • Authors: Kaze W. K. Wong, Katelyn Breivik, Will M. Farr, Rodrigo Luger

    • DOI: N/A

    • Version: 0.3.0.dev2

    • Commits: 172

    • Last updated: 2022-08-08

    • Title: LEGWORK: A python package for computing the evolution and detectability of stellar-origin gravitational-wave sources with space-based detectors

    • Authors: Tom Wagg, Katelyn Breivik, Selma E. de Mink

    • DOI: arXiv:2111.08717

    • Version: 0.3.0.dev8

    • Commits: 90

    • Last updated: 2022-08-04

  • mathren/top_down_compact_obj_mass
    • Title: Pair-instability mass loss for top-down compact object mass calculations

    • Authors: Mathieu Renzo, David D. Hendriks, Lieke A. C. van Son, Robert Farmer

    • DOI: arXiv:2201.10519

    • Version: unknown

    • Commits: 90

    • Last updated: 2022-06-02

  • rodluger/paparazzi
    • Title: An Efficient, Scalable, and Open-Source Doppler Imaging Model

    • Authors: Rodrigo Luger, Megan Bedell, Daniel Foreman-Mackey, Ian J. M. Crossfield, Lily L. Zhao, David W. Hogg

    • DOI: arXiv:2110.06271

    • Version: 0.3.0.dev8

    • Commits: 245

    • Last updated: 2022-06-01

  • one-datum/paper
    • Title: Unresolved spectroscopic binaries with Gaia I: Detection & orbital characterization using EDR3 radial velocity errors

    • Authors: Daniel Foreman-Mackey, Quadry Chance, Andrew R. Casey

    • DOI: N/A

    • Version: 0.3.0.dev0

    • Commits: 25

    • Last updated: 2022-05-10

  • trevordavid/rossby-ridge
    • Title: Further Evidence for Modified Spin-down in Sun-like Stars: Pile-ups in the Temperature–Period Distribution

    • Authors: Trevor David, Ruth Angus, Jason L. Curtis, Jennifer L. van Saders, Isabel L. Colman, Gabriella Contardo, Yuxi Lu, Joel C. Zinn

    • DOI: arXiv:2203.08920

    • Version: 0.3.0.dev0

    • Commits: 192

    • Last updated: 2022-05-10

All projects#

For a complete list of projects that make use of showyourwork!, see here.

Don’t see your project? The link above points to all GitHub projects that use showyourwork-action on their default (usually main) branch. If your article uses a version of showyourwork! prior to v0.3.0, you should follow the migration instructions to bring it up to date and make it searchable via the GitHub API.