Software Archiving and Sharing
This page contains resources that will help you increase the visibility and availability of your work which in turn enables reproducibility and reuse.
This page contains resources for information professionals (e.g., data managers, library staff, research administrators) interested in cutting edge work regarding research software preservation.
In addition to services around data, JHUDMS is in the process of extending services (consulting, training, archiving) to include the treatment of software as a first-class research product. The objectives are to enhance research reproducibility and reuse by providing
- guidance to researchers at the research planning stage in thinking of how code might be managed and what will happen to it at the end of the project,
- tips on how to cite code for credit,
- best practices to make software curation-ready, and
- guidance on preserving the software components of the research process (e.g., by archiving in the JHU Data Archive or elsewhere).
Disclaimer: the external resources presented on this page are provided for informational purposes and their inclusion does not constitute endorsement by Johns Hopkins University or JHUDMS.