The Five Recommendations for FAIR Software aim to encourage the greater adoption of FAIR principles by providing a set of starting recommendations that researchers can use to improve the quality, reach, and reproducibility of their software.The FAIR principles are a concept which originated in data management. The acronym stands for Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. They have served as a flagship for promoting good data management practices, but until recently they were not directly applicable to software. FAIR principles aim to have a positive effect in research software development.
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- A set of best practices that can guide researchers in developing software that is of excellent quality, is reproducible, and can be widely reused by other researchers