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On the Shoulders of Giants: A New Dataset for Pull-based Development Research. / Zhang, Xunhui; Rastogi, Ayushi; Yu, Yue.

MSR 2020 data showcase. 2020.

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@inproceedings{71ee08b4422440efa728f0b8af68ca5b,
title = "On the Shoulders of Giants: A New Dataset for Pull-based Development Research",
abstract = "Pull-based development is a widely adopted paradigm for collaboration in distributed software development, attracting eyeballs from both academic and industry. To better study pull-based development model, this paper presents a new dataset containing 96 features collected from 11,230 projects and 3,347,937 pull re- quests. We describe the creation process and explain the features in details. To the best of our knowledge, our dataset is the most comprehensive and largest one toward a complete picture for pull-based development research.",
author = "Xunhui Zhang and Ayushi Rastogi and Yue Yu",
year = "2020",
month = jun,
day = "29",
language = "English",
booktitle = "MSR 2020 data showcase",

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