You've decided to make the leap and share your research data. You might do this to improve the transparency of your study, allowing others to reproduce the work. Or you want to set up new collaborations or allow others to build further on your research, speeding up scientific discovery. You may also want to obtain credit or visibility for all the work that you put into collecting and curating the data. Or you may simply want to share your data because others require your research outputs to be made publicly available to receive funding or to be published.
Based on the "Sustainable Software Development for Researchers" alias "Bring Your Own Script and Make It Ready for Publication" workshop, this guide is a short overview about the steps recommended to make your code sustainable, enabling others to use and modify it.
Have you developed something useful, and want to build a community around it? Before you encourage people to find you and your project, you need to make both easily findable.
As part of the inaugural SSI Research Software Camp on research accessibility, we’ve gathered some useful resources. Research accessibility is a broad topic and this list gives a taster of the different areas.
The Software Sustainability Institute's inaugural Research Software Camp is underway, starting with a keynote talk on the Social Model of Inaccessibility.
Chris Hartgerink (Liberate Science) will deliver the keynote talk at our Research Software Camp on research accessibility. Register for the free live Q&A which follows.
The Software Sustainability Institute presented its inaugural Research Software Camp on research accessibility, from Monday 22 February to Friday 5 March 2021. This free online event encompassed live sessions, web resources (such as guides), and social media activities.
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Our inaugural online Research Software Camp on Research Accessibility will take place from 22 February to 5 March 2021.