Author Correction: Julia for biologists (Nature Methods, (2023), 20, 5, (655-664), 10.1038/s41592-023-01832-z)

Elisabeth Roesch, Joe G. Greener, Adam L. MacLean, Huda Nassar, Christopher Rackauckas, Timothy E. Holy, Michael P.H. Stumpf

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Julia is a free and open source language. It is MIT licensed and the copyright is owned by the contributors as mentioned in, which is collectively almost 1,383 people as of 14 April 2023. The Julia project is a non-profit organization run under NumFOCUS. All of the finances are public and available at the JuliaLang Open Collective ( Author Tim Holy is a steward with the Julia organization. For more information on the governance of the JuliaLang organization, see JuliaHub (formerly Julia Computing) is a cloud computing company that makes no-code and low-code products (JuliaSim for mechanical engineers and Cedar for electrical engineers) using a mixture of Julia and Javascript. There is no formal connection between JuliaHub and the Julia project. Authors Chris Rackauckas is Vice President of Modeling and Simulation at JuliaHub; Elisabeth Roesch is a Sales Engineer at JuliaHub. Pumas-AI is a pharmacometrics company that builds software and performs technical consulting for clinical and pre-clinical pharmacometrics using Julia, R, and Javascript. Author Chris Rackauckas is Director of Scientific Research at Pumas-AI. RelationalAI is a database company that uses Julia in the development of its database query language. Author Huda Nassar is Senior Computer Scientist at RelationalAI. In the original version of the article, full competing interests for all authors were not declared. This has been rectified in the corrected paper, which has updated affiliations for E.R. and C.R. and updated competing interests statements for all authors.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)771
Number of pages1
JournalNature Methods
Issue number5
StatePublished - May 2023


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