The Types, Roles, and Practices of Documentation in Data Analytics Open Source Software Libraries
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), May 2018
R. Stuart Geiger, Nelle Varoquaux, Charlotte Mazel-Cabasse, Chris Holdgraf
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