Research software sustainability in the Netherlands: Current practices and recommendations

Saskia Van Eeuwijk, Tom Bakker, Maria Cruz, Vera Sarkol, Barbara Vreede, Bart Aben, Patrick Aerts, Gerard Peter Coen, Bob Van Dijk, Peter Hinrich, Lena Karvovskaya, Meta Keijzer-De Ruijter, Jacko Koster, Jason Maassen, Miriam Roelofs, Jan Rijnders, Alfons Schroten, Laurents Sesink, Chris Van Der Togt, Jurgen VinjuPetri De Willigen

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This LCRDM report presents a survey of current research software practices. We hope that the results will contribute to a profound discussion among all the stakeholders: what is needed in terms of policies and conditions to implement sustainable research software management in the Netherlands? Research software has a pivotal role in enabling reproducible research and open science. The findings and recommendations in this report are based on interviews with research staff experienced in software development as well as an exploratory review of existing national and international initiatives. Key topics in this report are academic recognition, necessary skills and relevant support
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages30
Publication statusPublished - 16 Feb 2021


  • Semantics
  • Semantic interoperability
  • Ontologies
  • Vocabularies
  • Research Data Management
  • FAIR
  • EOSC


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