It’s come up in Twitter, so here are CSV files for codes that have and do not have preferred citation information in their ASCL records.
The pie below shows what percentage of codes in the ASCL have social coding links in their entries, and the Starlink caveat still holds: all the Starlink codes are in one Github repo, so that repo is represented only once in the pie below. These numbers are somewhat low, as some codes offer a webpage/site to which the ASCL links, with that webpage then directing people to a repostitory. If someone does a better analysis, please send it over; I’d love to include it!
As before, the data are here.
Here’s a quick look at the most common domains from the ASCL site links, with the actual counts included in the data labels.
And this shows the top ten country domains among the entries, also with the actual counts shown:
I’ve posted before about where the codes are; here’s a pie that shows the relative use of Github, Google Code, Bitbucket, and Sourceforge. Please note that because all the Starlink codes are in one Github repo, that repo is represented only once in the pie below. Want to do your own analysis? The site links (1080 of them at the moment, as some codes have more than one) are available here.