W. Patrick Walters
Many high-profile scientific journals have established policies mandating the release of code accompanying papers that describe computational methods. Unfortunately, the majority of journals that publish papers in Computational Chemistry and Cheminformatics have yet to define such guidelines. This Viewpoint reviews the current state of reproducibility for the field and makes a case for the inclusion of code with computational papers.
Nothing revolutionary for our community, but in chemistry, publishing source code and making results reproducible is still a rare exception.