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Most of today's scientific research relies on computers and software for processing scientific information. Examples of such computer-aided research are the analysis of experimental data or the simulation of phenomena based on theoretical models. With the rapid increase of computational power, scientific software has integrated more and more complex scientific knowledge in a black-box fashion. As a consequence, its users do not know, and do not even have a chance of finding out, whichdoi:10.7717/peerj-cs.158 pmid:33816811 pmcid:PMC7924627 fatcat:4fjqnjovvbgsznqjhz5wxmwx64