[Bioc-devel] Question

Shepherd, Lori Lori@Shepherd @ending from Ro@wellP@rk@org
Mon Aug 13 12:55:27 CEST 2018

I think it depends on the journal and your order of priority.  Essentially they are separate tasks but it is always nice when submitting to a journal to link to the accepted package on Bioconductor rather than a github repository.  Keep in mind the review process for a package to be accepted to Bioconductor can take a few days to a few weeks depending on the state of the package.


Lori Shepherd

Bioconductor Core Team

Roswell Park Cancer Institute

Department of Biostatistics & Bioinformatics

Elm & Carlton Streets

Buffalo, New York 14263

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To whom it may concern,

We are a bioinformatics team from the American University of Beirut, we
are currently working on our package to submit to bioconductor.

We have a question which we hope you can help us with.

We plan on writing a paper regarding our package, is it recommended to
 wait to get an acceptance from the bioconductor team before
 sending the paper to be published or is a package submission and paper
 publication independent tasks?

  Thank you.

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