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A search on OpenHub finds that OpenMRS is an application which enables design of a customized medical records system with no programming knowledge. OpenMRS is mostly written in Java. It was last analyzed about 2 months ago and the last commit was 3 months ago. There are approximately 3.73 million lines of code.

When I looked, the OpenHub locations map was not working or required more bandwidth than my rural location allows, so I determined via search that the main OpenMRS contributors are from Indiana and Florida.

OpenMRS JavaScript and then XML. The highest comment ratio is 35.7% which is for the Java language components. The project has had 55,133 commits made by 300 contributors over it's lifetime which is an average of approximately 184 committs per person.

In the last 12 months the number of OpenMRS contributors ranges from a high of 17 down to a low of 3. The mean, median, and mode numbers of contributors are over the past 12 months is not readily apparent.

The top three contributors have been involved in the OpenMRS project for 6 years, 3 years, and 5 years respectively.

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