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Many Data Repositories exist to store and share data. Repositories may accept specific types or data, like images, or genomic data, while others accept general data types. Some publishers or funders require you to use approved repositories.
Use these links to find appropriate repositories to share your research data.
- Nature recommended repositories
Repositories that meet Nature's requirements for data access, preservation and stability. Some repositories may have funder requirements.
Provides a general-purpose home for a wide diversity of data types.
Allows upload of any file format.
- Registry of Research Data Repositories (re3data.org)
2000 data repositories can be browsed by subject, country, or content type, and searched for by 41 different attributes.
- Data Repositories by Subject from OAD
Search by alphabetical subject listing for an open access data repository
- NIH Data Sharing Repositories
A list of NIH-supported data repositories that make data available for reuse.
- NIH figshare instance
A new generalist data repository for all NIH-funded researchers, in partnership with figshare
- Harvard's Comparison of 6 Data Repositories
Compares the features of Dataverse, Dryad, figshare, Zenodo, GigaScience, and Scientific Data
- Journal of Open Source Software
A developer friendly, open access journal for research software packages.