Submissions to e-Rum2020 CovidR contest closed on May 22nd 23:59 CEST.
Each participant is requested to provide the following information in YAML format, which will allow the contribution to be integrated and be visible in the CovidR Gallery
# Contribution's title, author, abstract title: An Awesome COVID-19 Contribution # title case author: An Author, Another Author # comma-separated abstract: | Provide a short abstract with a brief description of your contribution and its main features (max 800 characters, including spaces). The usage of publicly available data should be explictly mentioned. The text can be broken across multiple lines, each indented with two spaces. # Short name to be used in the website Gallery menu (can be the same as title) menu_entry: Short title # URL of the public source code repository repository: https://github.com/user/repo # Type of contribution and how it can be featured as gallery content # Keep only the type and content relevant to your contribution # For a Shiny app, provide its URL: type: shiny content: https://user.shinyapps.io/my-app # e.g. my-app on shinyapps.io # For a general online-published resource (e.g. a website / report): type: webpage content: https://user.github.io/my-analysis # URL of the webpage # For more complex / heterogeneous contributions, you can create a GitHub # Gist (https://gist.github.com/) with the relevant information and pointers: type: gist content: <script...> # place here what you get from the "Embed" button
If you are not sure about some of the fields, we encourage you to still open a Pull Request or a New Issue as described below, as part of which we will discuss and take care of the remaining details.
You can submit your contribution until May 22nd using one of the following methods
contest/contributions, containing the information above for your contribution.
.example.ymland can be used as a starting point.
Your submission will be officially accepted once the corresponding Pull Request is reviewed, approved, and merged. Your contribution will then appear in the CovidR Gallery.
The following video tutorial illustrates the submission process described above:
If you have any problems you can also contact us at: email@example.com.