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Published onAug 02, 2019

Stencila is an authoring and editorial development software developed by Code for Science & Society. It provides an integrated word processor, coding (R, Python, and SQL), and spreadsheet interface in the browser, and the resulting interactive document (using the same file format used by the Texture editor, with which Stencila shares code) is shareable and publishable. Stencila's "Converters" module is a Pandoc-based collection of import and export routines. eLife's "Reproducable Document Stack" initiative is based on Stencila.

Basic Info:

Institutional host: independent
Principal investigator: Nokome Bentley
Contact: [email protected]
Lead developer: Nokome Bentley
Funding sources: Code for Science and Society, Sloan, eLife
Development partners:
Partners: eLife
Initial release: 2014
Version (as of June 2019): 0.28

Github (as of April 2019):

Language: JavaScript
License: Apache 2.0
Last commit: 2019-04-24
Contributors: 10

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