bertha: Project skeleton for scientific software.

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Summary of "bertha: Project skeleton for scientific software."

Science depends heavily on reliable and easy-to-use software packages, such as mathematical libraries or data analysis tools. Developing such packages requires a lot of effort, which is too often avoided due to the lack of funding or recognition. In order to reduce the efforts required to create sustainable software packages, we present a project skeleton that ensures the best software engineering practices from the start of a project, or serves as reference for existing projects.


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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0230557


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