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Re: Bug#887598: ITP: jasp -- Offers standard analysis procedures in both their classical and Bayesian form


just FYI there is/was a PR on JASP's GitHub with a semi complete packaging. It had quite a few TODOs, but they should be detailed in the PR. Maybe that is a useful starting point.



On Jan 21, 2018 21:35, "Andreas Tille" <andreas@an3as.eu> wrote:
Hi Joris,

thanks for this ITP.  Please consider maintaining the package in Debian
Science team.

Kind regards


On Thu, Jan 18, 2018 at 11:02:34AM +0100, joris@jorisgoosen.nl wrote:
> Package: wnpp
> Severity: wishlist
> Owner: Joris Goosen <joris@jorisgoosen.nl>
> X-Debbugs-Cc: debian-devel@lists.debian.org
> * Package name    : jasp
>   Version         : 0.8.5
>   Upstream Author : JASP-team <jasp@jasp-stats.org>
> * URL             : http://www.jasp-stats.org/
> * License         : GPL
>   Programming Lang: C++, R
>   Description     : Offers standard analysis procedures in both their
> classical and Bayesian form
>  JASP is a cross platform statistical software program with a
> state-of-the-art
>  graphical user interface. It offers standard analysis procedures in both
>  their classical and Bayesian form.
>  .
>  It was designed with the user in mind: APA-formatted tables can be
>  copy-pasted in your word processor, output can be extensively annotated,
>  adjustment of input options dynamically changes the output, and selecting
>  old output revives the associated input choices for inspection and
> adjustment.
>  .
>  JASP is also statistically inclusive,
>  as it offers both frequentist and Bayesian analysis methods.
>  Indeed, the primary motivation for JASP is to make it easier for
> statistical
>  practitioners to conduct Bayesian analyses.
>  .
>  For more information and tutorials see: https://jasp-stats.org/
> ----------------------------
> This package is useful as it allows scientist, especially in the social
> sciences, a friendly interface to state-of-the-art statistics techniques
> and is under active development.
> I plan to maintain as part of my work as one of the upstream-developers and
> aim to make it fully debian compatible from the get-go.
> As far as i've understood the information on the debian-wiki we will need a
> sponsor to be able to upload to the debian repositories.


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