Open Journals is a collection of open source, open access journals. The flagship Journal of Open Source Software (JOSS) is a developer friendly journal for research software packages. With a formal peer review process that is designed to improve the quality of the software submitted, JOSS is designed to help researchers developing open source software to receive career credit for their work.
QuantEcon is dedicated to improving economic modeling by providing and enhancing open source computational tools for economists. QuantEcon offers code libraries useful for economics; workshops, seminars and training; and an online archive of lectures on economics and programming.
Julia is a fast and user-friendly programming language for high-performance scientific computing.
Stan is a platform for Bayesian modeling, inference, and visualization on the frontiers of applied statistics.
Project Jupyter develops tools for interactive computing, research and education with an emphasis in data science workflows. Its flagship application is the widely used Jupyter Notebook, a web application that allows users to craft live narratives combining text, code and multimedia output.