We welcome submission of algorithms and high quality code on all topics concerning quantitative economics.
Less experienced developers who wish to get involved can help improve documentation, contribute notebooks or work on smaller enhancements.
A good place to start is by visiting the project issue tracker
If you are new to open source development please consider reading this page first
As a programming language,
Julia is still new and thus some aspects of the
language are still evolving as it matures. As a result there may be some
changes from time to time in styles and conventions. The upside is that it is
fast and quickly being adopted by the broader scientific computing community
The Julia style guide is a good starting point for some Julia programming conventions
Julia is currently undergoing a decision process for standardization with regards to documentation. This issue is tracking this discussion. Once a decision has been made and formalized a QuantEcon style guide will be updated to assist Julia contributions
One prerequisite for contributions to QuantEcon is that all functions and
methods should be paired with tests verifying that they are functioning
correctly. This type of unit testing is almost universal across a
quality software projects. A guide to writing tests in
Julia is currently