It's a workflow software tool that guides article authors to make the scientific outputs including Additional Research Objects (AROs, i.e datasets and null results) more easily reproducible/reusable and it captures all the events of reuse over the period of time after publications to reward those who have contributed towards it. It makes the improvement of research outputs a continuous process rather than one-time event.
Authors can edit the published Reuse Recipe Document in future to add more details to it. With this, they can add more details about the experiments & methods to facilitate easy reuse of research outputs as well as address requests from researchers & readers. All the versions with changes will be saved & preserved reflecting authors commitment towards reproducibility & Open Science (Fig.2).