Contributing to the concstats R packageSource:
Your want to contribute to concstats: Market Structure, Concentration and Inequality Measures? Your are welcome!
For more detailed info about how you can contribute to this R package, please be so kind and read the following:
concstats solves a very specific set of problems focused on the measurement of market structure, concentration, and inequality. The need for those measures are often (but not limited) inherent in areas like economics, public policies, marketing or even monitoring institutions of national market competition. When it comes to make informed decisions and a single standard measure may lead to erroneous conclusions, the
concstats package may offer alternative measures or even a set of measures for this task. By itself it is not intended as a replacement for packages that create publication ready tables or plots, however, it works fine with standard visualization packages. The basic concept is that of calculating a single or a set of more or less frequently used measures for market structure, concentration, and inequality in a fast and flexible way to make informed decisions in research and practice.
You can fix typos, spelling mistakes, or grammatical errors in the documentation directly using the GitHub web interface, as long as the changes are made in the source file. This generally means you’ll need to edit roxygen2 comments in the
.R script, not a
.Rd file. You can find the
.R file that generates the
.Rd by reading the comment in the first line.
If you want to make a bigger change, it’s a good idea to first file an issue and discuss your idea.
I aim for testing that has high coverage and is robust. Include tests with any major contribution to code. Test your changes to the package with
devtools::check()(aim for 0 errors and warnings) before submitting your change.
I’ll generally include contributors as authors in the DESCRIPTION file (with their permission) for most contributions that go beyond small typos in code or documentation.
Using concstats and got stuck? Browse the documentation to see if you can find a solution. Still stuck? Post your question as an issue on GitHub. While I cannot offer user support, I’ll try to do my best to address it, as questions often lead to better documentation or the discovery of bugs.
Want to ask a question in private? Contact the package maintainer by email.
Have an idea for a new concstats feature? Take a look at the documentation and issue list to see if it isn’t included or suggested yet. If not, suggest your idea as an issue on GitHub. While I can’t promise to implement your idea, it helps to:
Explain in detail how it would work.
Keep the scope as narrow as possible.
You like the idea of the package? You will use
concstats in research or practice in the future?
Please consider citing it!
When contributing to
concstats you must follow the code of conduct defined by rOpenSci. By contributing to this project you agree to abide by its terms.