If you want to make your computer code executable, you need to create a complete companion website
In this case, users can upload their own data and the code will run on the RunMyCode cloud computer.
Note that your computer code must be written in R, MATLAB©, C++, Fortran, and Rats.
The creation of a complete companion website is the default choice (Step 3 of 7: Your code):
If you want to submit your paper to a journal, you can also create an anonymous version
of your companion website.
You can send the URL of the anonymous companion website to the journal along with the pdf file of your paper (see Step 1 of 7: Paper):
If you only want to make your computer code downloadable (but not executable), you can create a code-only companion website.
Users will be able to download your code and run it on their own computer.
Note that if you code is not written in MATLAB®, R, Fortran or WinRats, you can only create a code-only companion website
If you want to submit your paper to a journal, you can also create an anonymous version of your code-only companion website.