Zelig 4 has been developed around ease-of-use in developing statistical packages. In particular, this means that Zelig 4 totes a new developers' API! This comes complete with a slew of helper-functions and simplified procedure for bridging statistical models and implementing statistical solution. Check out the new and upcoming features at "What's New."
- Install the latest version and send us any feedback
- Read the Zelig Developers' Manual
- Use Zelig and follow citation guidelines
- Contribute examples, documentation and tips to the Zelig wiki
- Contact Zelig's maintainer for collaboration opportunities
Develop a Statistical Package, or Include in Zelig an Existing Model
If you are statistical programmer interested in expanding the range of models in the Zelig package, with your own software or as a bridge to another existing piece of software:
- Download and install Zelig 4 via the R-console: http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/zelig/install
- Read the Zelig Developer's Manual: http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/zelig/documentation
- Code your model!
Develop Features and Fixes for the Core Zelig Code
If you are a developer interested in coding core functionality and feature additions to the Zelig software suite, find us on GitHub! To get started: