To kick off 2020, we released a new version of White Rabbit with lots of small enhancements. Among others: support for Google BigQuery (Thanks to @mgkahn), concept_id hints for e.g. gender and type concepts, and scanning of sas files. We have tested it thoroughly, but if you come across any bugs, please report them. https://github.com/OHDSI/WhiteRabbit/releases/tag/v0.9.0
The documentation of the new features is partly done on the ohdsi wiki. Following up on a short talk with @schuemie recently, I would like to put the documentation on Github, as already done e.g. for the R packages and ETL-Synthea. The latter uses ‘Just the Docs’, which I think is a good option for the WhiteRabbit documentation.
But before creating a jungle of different documentation styles, I would like to ask the community two things:
- Are we abandoning the ohdsi wiki for application-specific documentation and moving to Github? (like done for Atlas and WebApi already)
- Do we prefer the Github wiki or Github pages. Pros/cons?
Personally I like Github Pages because it contains the doc files in the same repo as the code.
Thanks! And a happy new year everyone!