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.
SunPy is a Python-based software library that provides tools for performing research using direct observations of the Sun and Heliosphere.
The Astropy Project provides software tools and infrastructure to facilitate research by professional astronomers. In addition to maintaining a core Python package, the Astropy Project supports the development of high-grade affiliated packages by members of the astronomical community.
The aim of the Econ-ARK project is to make it easier for social scientists to do ‘structural modeling’ of economic choice behavior by providing a well-documented, open source codebase containing the core techniques in a way that can be relatively easily adapted to address many different questions in both macro- and microeconomics.