Publishing computational research - A review of infrastructures for reproducible and transparent scholarly communication

@article{Konkol2020PublishingCR,
  title={Publishing computational research - A review of infrastructures for reproducible and transparent scholarly communication},
  author={Markus Konkol and Daniel N{\"u}st and Laura Goulier},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2001.00484}
}
<p>Many research papers include results based on data that is analyzed using a computational analysis implemented, e.g., in R. Publishing these materials is perceived as being good scientific practice and essential for the scientific progress. For these reasons, organizations that provide funding increasingly demand applicants to outline data and software management plans as part of their research proposals. Furthermore, the author guidelines for paper submissions more often include a section… 
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