Software as a first-class citizen in research

Leyla Jael Garcia Castro, Michelle Barker, Neil P Chue Hong, Fotis Psomopoulos, Jennifer Harrow, Daniel S. Katz, Mateusz Kuzak, Paula Andrea Martinez, Allegra Via

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Abstract

In recent years the importance of software in research has become increasingly recognized by the research community. This journey still has a long way to go. Research data is currently backed by a variety of efforts to implement and make FAIR principles a reality, complemented by Data Management Plans. Both FAIR data principles and management plans offer elements that could be useful for research software but none of them can be directly applied; in both cases there is a need for adaptation and then adoption. In this position paper we discuss current efforts around FAIR for research software that will also support the advancement of Software Management Plans. In turn, use of SMPs encourages researchers to make their datasets FAIR.
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 12 Nov 2020
Event1st Workshop on Data and research objects management for Linked Open Science - Online
Duration: 2 Nov 20202 Nov 2020

Workshop

Workshop1st Workshop on Data and research objects management for Linked Open Science
Abbreviated titleDaMaLOS 2021
Period2/11/202/11/20

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  • Towards FAIR principles for research software

    Lamprecht, A-L., Garcia, L., Kuzak, M., Martinez, C., Arcila, R., Martin, E., Dominguez De Angel, V., van de Sandt, S., Ison, J., Martinez, P. A., McQuilton, P., Valencia, A., Harrow, J., Psomopoulos, F., Gelpi, J. L., Chue Hong, N., Goble, C. & Capella-Gutierrez, S., 12 Jun 2020, In: Data Science. 3, 1, p. 37-59

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