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Thanks to @ChrisGSeaton for starting a Ruby research and academia resource page at

Ruby hasn't historically been the subject of many research projects. A lot of systems research has used languages like C, C++ and Java. Contemporary programming language research often uses languages like Java, Scala and Haskell. Modern research into VMs and JITs is often based on Java or recently Python. However there are now a growing number of research projects using Ruby. In this page we list peer-reviewed papers and articles from reputable venues, and theses from reputable schools. There are also many high quality technical books and articles about Ruby . Applications Bioinformatics Smith, R., Williamson, R., Ventura, D., & Prince, J. T. (2013). Rubabel: wrapping open Babel with Ruby . Journal of Cheminformatics, 5(1), 35. N. Goto, P. Prins, M. Nakao, R. Bonnal, J. Aerts, and T. Katayama. Bioruby: bioinformatics software for the Ruby programming language . Bioinformat...

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