There are a number of national and international data repositories that can be used for publishing data. If possible use an established subject-based repository. In the re3data.org register, you can search for data repositories in various subject areas and countries.
Below is a list of general repositories where researchers at Uppsala University can make data available whithout cost:
- Doris - Swedish National Data Service A national certified repository for research data, certified against CoreTrustSeal. This repository is run by a consortia and network of Swedish universities. Data sets published in Doris are reviewed by staff at the UU dataoffice in dialogue with responsible researchers. The aim is to make published data more FAIR.
- DiVA The institutional repository for Uppsala University. Published datasets are reviewed by staff at the UU dataoffice.
- B2SHARE A repository for storing and sharing data. Provided by The EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure.
- Zenodo Created by OpenAIRE and CERN, funded by the European Commission - open to all researchers. Publish your data, code and other output. Via Zenodo you can also copy and assign a DOI-number for code in Github.
- Figshare An open data repository, a part of Digital Science.
- Dryad Created by National Evolutionary Synthesis Center, UNC-CH Metadata Reserach Center, Oxford University, The British Library and California Digital Library.
- GitHub, Microsoft.
- Dataverse, Harvard University.