Software Sustainability in the Age of Open Science | Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB)

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"A general understanding is evolving that not only a publication, but also the documented and available datasets should get scientific credit. Moreover, there is a growing consensus in the research-data-management community that research software could be considered as datasets (i.e. research data). Publication and reuse of software is necessary to ensure validity, reproducibility, and to drive further discoveries. Since a common research-data-management practice fosters publication along the principles of Open Access, software should also be made publicly available, ideally corresponding to the FAIR principles of research-data management: data should be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable."


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08/27/2018, 16:38

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08/27/2018, 12:38