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June 15, 2017 (v7) Software Open Access

PCMDI/pcmdi_metrics: PMP 1.1.2

Charles Doutriaux; Paul J. Durack; gleckler1; Zeshawn Shaheen; Jeffrey Painter; Jiwoo Lee; jservonnat; John Krasting

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June 15, 2017 (v2) Software Open Access

stan-dev/math v2.16.0

Daniel Lee; Bob Carpenter; Peter Li; Michael Betancourt; maverickg; Rob Trangucci; Marcus Brubaker; Marco Inacio; Alp Kucukelbir; Mitzi Morris; Krzysztof Sakrejda; seantalts; Charles Margossian; Jeffrey Arnold; bgoodri; wds15; Matt Hoffman; thelseraphim; Avraham Adler; Dustin Tran; Alexey Stukalov; Rob J Goedman; Kevin S. Van Horn; Ben Bales; Juan Sebastián Casallas; Mike Lawrence; Brian Bloniarz; Seth Flaxman; Michael Shvartsman; Amos Waterland

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