SeaCraft = Software Engineering Artifacts Can Really Assist Future Tasks

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SeaCraft = Software Engineering Artifacts Can Really Assist Future Tasks

This repo contains the combined data from the PROMISE data repository as well as the data repos from several other conferences/workshops.

SEACRAFT is was a research dataset repository specializing in software engineering research datasets and the scripts used to process that data. Unlike most other repositories, most the data here has been used in at least one (or more) data sets. Hence, there exists baseline results form software analytics  for all this work.

SEACRAFT offers free and long-term storage for your research artifacts.  

How to reference SEACRAFT:  Menzies, T., Krishna, R., Pryor, D. (2017). The SEACRAFT Repository of Empirical Software Engineering Data; https://zenodo.org/communities/seacraft.  

@misc{seacraftrepo,
authors = "Menzies, T., Krishna, R., Pryor, D.",
year = 2017,
title = "The SEACRAFT Repository of Empirical Software Engineering Data",
notes = "https://zenodo.org/communities/seacraft"
}

How to reference the old PROMISE repo: Menzies, T., Krishna, R., Pryor, D. (2016). The Promise Repository of Empirical Software Engineering Data; http://openscience.us/repo. North Carolina State University, Department of Computer Science 

@misc{promiserepo,
authors = "Menzies, T., Krishna, R., Pryor, D.",
year = 2015, title = "
The Promise Repository of Empirical Software Engineering Data", notes = "http://openscience.us/repo.
North Carolina State University, Department of Computer Science"
}

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Curated by:
timm
Curation policy:

You send'em. We store'em.

If too big, we'll push back and discuss other options.

If your data contains code then:

  1.  Make a repo in Github for the scripts;
  2.  Declare a release in Github (using the Github interface);
  3. Post the Github link to SEACRAFT

After that, if ever your do a new release in Github, SEACRAFT will automatically grab a zip of that new release.

Created:
November 17, 2016
Harvesting API:
OAI-PMH Interface