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I am working on some project, in which I would like to find articles where they use some computer code to treat data, and the used datasets and code is totally available (github, personal website, etc). So I go to Scopus, Google Scholar, ISI Web of Science, etc, but I do not find a good strategy for this purpose. I try to add keywords to the search like "code available" or "github", but it does not always yield accurate results. I also know that some journals force papers to give datasets and code, but do not know how to find these exact journals in my domain. So, what is the best strategy for finding articles that share code and datasets?

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    paperswithcode.com. It contains the publications and the corresponding code. Most top computer science conferences ask for relevant supplementary material, which includes code. Many papers (atleast in Computer Vision/Machine Learning) which are published in top venues contain links to the code as well. – Jihadi Apr 28 at 7:27
  • Many professors also maintain public git repos, which contains the code for their publications. You can search on Github or go to the homepage of the professor to find the link. – Jihadi Apr 28 at 7:32
  • You can also email the author directly. In my experience, many are willing to share it. – user760900 May 4 at 0:18
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paperswithcode.com. It contains publications and the corresponding code.

Most top computer science conferences ask for relevant supplementary material, which includes code. Many papers (atleast in Computer Vision/Machine Learning) which are published in top venues contain links to the code as well.

Many professors also maintain public git repos, which contains the code for their publications. You can search on Github or go to the homepage of the professor to find the link.

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