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Project team receives first SDS Open Source Software Prize

Stefan Wager, Julie Tibshirani, Susan Athey and Erik Sverdup of Stanford Data Science have been awarded the inaugural Stanford Open Source Software Prize for their Generalized Random Forest software. The SDS Center for Open and REproducible Science (CORES) announced this new prize for 2024, to recognize project teams that make noteworthy contributions to the advancement of open source software development as scholarly work, demonstrate expertise and significant impact on research in its field, and act as an exemplary model of open source best practices. The prize was presented at the recent CORES Annual Symposium: congratulations to all!