Data Management: Locating Data
Directories of Data Repositories
Although not comprehensive, these directories are a good place to start searching for a data repository.
Citing data should be as easy as citing publications. Data citations:
- are required by funders
- allow the impact of data to be tracked
- are separate from publication citations
- enable credit to be given to author(s)
Two citation templates are commonly accepted:
General Repositories for the Sciences
A Comparative Review of Various Data Repositories
Dataverse Project at Harvard University hosts research datasets from around the world.
DRYAD a nonprofit data repository for international scientific and medical literature.
figshare is a repository for research files of any type.
Zenodo is developed by CERN under the EU FP7 project OpenAIREplus