Software Citation, Indexing, and Discoverability Symposium
Software Citation, Indexing, and Discoverability – a PeerJ Computer Science Symposium
Thursday 8th December, 4:30pm (UTC)
Daniel S Katz and Neil Chue Hong, Editors of the PeerJ Computer Science Special Issue “Software Citation, Indexing, and Discoverability” discuss research and issues raised in the Special Issue, along with authors Lauren Cadwallader, Daniel Garijo, and David Schindler.
Daniel Garijo (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) presents ‘Nine best practices for research software registries and repositories’.
David Schindler (Universität Rostock) presents ‘The role of software in science: a knowledge graph-based analysis of software mentions in PubMed Central‘.
Lauren Cadwallader (PLOS) presents ‘A survey of researchers’ code sharing and code reuse practices, and assessment of interactive notebook prototypes’.
Daniel S. Katz (National Center for Supercomputing Applications) and Neil Chue Hong (Software Sustainability Institute) present research on recognizing the value of software, and key principles in software citation.