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Subject:

CLOCKSS Archive and Code Ocean Announce Preservation Partnership

From:

Kim Smilay <[log in to unmask]>

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An informal open list set up by UKSG - Connecting the Information Community <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 13 Dec 2017 10:39:24 -0500

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Code Ocean compute capsules associated with published research will now be
preserved by CLOCKSS

New York, NY, December 13, 2017

Code Ocean and CLOCKSS announce that Code Ocean will preserve its compute
capsules in the CLOCKSS Archive to ensure the long-term accessibility of
code associated with research articles.

Code and software are increasingly crucial to the conduct of research and to
the production of scholarly articles. Code Ocean’s robust system allows
authors to deposit their code, to make it available for others to reuse, and
to reproduce published results. CLOCKSS will provide Code Ocean with a layer
of preservation in the unlikely event that Code Ocean can no longer
function.

CLOCKSS, a sustainable and globally distributed archive, will preserve all
elements of Code Ocean’s compute capsules, including the code, data,
results, metadata and the Dockerfile associated with published research from
participating publishers.

“Code Ocean is committed to the long-term preservation of compute capsules,”
says Simon Adar, CEO of Code Ocean. “As part of our mission to make the
world’s scientific code more reproducible and reusable, we are excited to
partner with CLOCKSS to ensure compute capsules are preserved for the
scientific community.”

Craig Van Dyck, Executive Director of the CLOCKSS Archive adds, “CLOCKSS is
pleased to preserve the material that Code Ocean makes available. Code has
become an intrinsic part of the scholarly record, and CLOCKSS will ensure
its long-term preservation and accessibility.”

Code Ocean joins over 200 publishers and over 300 libraries in participating
with CLOCKSS.

žABOUT CODE OCEAN
Code Ocean is a computational reproducibility platform enabling researchers
to run, share, discover code in an executable, cloud-based environment.
Researchers, engineers, developers, and scientists can link executable code
and data to articles published in academic journals and conference
proceedings while retaining copyright. Code Ocean assigns Digital Object
Identifiers (DOIs) to support citable attribution and partners with
publishers to add working code to the research outputs readily available
from research articles. Code Ocean was founded in 2015 with the goal of
saving researchers time and advancing science by making the world's
scientific code more reusable, executable and reproducible.
codeocean.com

CONTACT
Elizabeth Irvine, Marketing Director, Code Ocean
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+1-646-477-3823

žABOUT CLOCKSS
CLOCKSS is a not-for-profit joint venture between the world’s leading
academic publishers and research libraries whose mission is to build a
sustainable, international, and geographically distributed dark archive with
which to ensure the long-term survival of Web-based scholarly publications
for the benefit of the greater global research community. 
http://www.clockss.org.

CONTACT
Craig Van Dyck, Executive Director, CLOCKSS
[log in to unmask] 
+1-973-600-7397

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