The Astrophysics source code library: What's new, what's coming
Department of Physics
The Astrophysics Source Code Library (ASCL, ascl.net), established in 1999, is a citable online registry of source codes used in research that are available for download; the ASCL's main purpose is to improve the transparency, reproducibility, and falsifiability of research. In 2017, improvements to the resource included real-time data backup for submissions and newly-published entries, improved cross-matching of research papers with software entries in ADS, and expansion of preferred citation information for the software in the ASCL.
Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XX.VII
Berriman, G. B.,
Nemiroff, R. J.,
Ryan, P. W.,
The Astrophysics source code library: What's new, what's coming.
Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems XX.VII,
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