Assessing about infraestructures

Librarians are usually required to assess about the infrastructures needed in two occasions: one in the research, when the team wants to share their data; and another once the investigation has been completed and any of the data must be released.

  • Data storing: reliable tools that warrant data integrity, the broud access to data for the team, and automatics backups of your data should be chosen. It can be used:
  • Cloud data storage as Dropbox,
  • Specific science facilities as Dataverse https://dataverse.org/ or Figshare https://figshare.com/
  • Institutional services as Bristol University Research Data Storage Facility https://www.acrc.bris.ac.uk/storage.htm
  • Comprehensive systems: are usually aimed at a subject area: BlueBridgehttp://www.bluebridge-vres.eu/ for fisheries and oceans or Elixir https://www.elixir-europe.org/ for life sciences.
  • Releasing data: data can be uploaded into a repository or added to the scientific paper as supplementary material. For each way you will follow the service instructions. If you do not choose an specialized repository, we recommend to try these ones: Dataverse https://dataverse.org/, Zenodo https://zenodo.org/ or Figshare https://figshare.com/

Releasing data: data can be uploaded into a repository or they can be added to scientific papers as supplementary material. For each way, the instructions of each service must be followed. If you have not chosen any specialized repository yet, we recommend trying one or some of these: Dataverse https://dataverse.org/, Zenodo https://zenodo.org/ or Figshare https://figshare.com/.

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Funded by: Models to publish, consume and measure the reuse of research data: across institutional and geographical boundaries CSO2015-65594-C2-1R & 2R (MINECO/FEDER, UE)
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