Presentation Open Access
The NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) has long been used as a discovery platform for the scientific literature in Astronomy and Physics. With the addition of records describing datasets linked to publications, observing proposals and software used in refereed astronomy papers, the ADS is now increasingly used to find, access and cite an wider number of scientific resources. In this talk, I will discuss the recent efforts involving the indexing of software metadata, and our ongoing discussions with publishers in support of software and data citation. I will demonstrate the use of ADS's new services in support of discovery and evaluation of individual researchers as well as archival data products.