It’s Not Just GitHub: Identifying Data and Software Sources Included in Publications

« Paper publications are no longer the only form of research product. Due to recent initiatives by publication venues and funding institutions, open access datasets and software products are increasingly considered research products and URIs to these products are growing more prevalent in scholarly publications. However, as with all URIs, resources found on the live Web are not permanent. Archivists and institutions including Software Heritage, Internet Archive, and Zenodo are working to preserve data and software products as valuable parts of reproducibility, a cornerstone of scientific research. While some hosting platforms are well-known and can be identified with regular expressions, there are a vast number of smaller, more niche hosting platforms utilized by researchers to host their data and software. (…) »

source >, Emily Escamilla, Lamia Salsabil, Martin Klein, Jian Wu, Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson, 26 juillet 2023, arXiv:2307.14469v1,