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Scholarly Communication @ UT

A guide to learn more about scholarly communication, including open access, copyright, and grant funding resources.

Research Data Repositories

There are a number of repositories for archiving your data in. Before choosing a repository, ask yourself:

  • What are my discipline practices? 
  • What are the needs of my data? Is the research data sensitive?
  • Do I need a free storage repository or do I have a grant to pay for it?
  • When will my data be publicly accessible? 


re3data.org logoRegistration of Research Data Repositories

re3data.org is a resource to search and browse research data repositories. There are hundreds of disciplinary, subject, governmental, and institutional data repositories. re3data.org can help you find the repository most suitable for your research data.

Open Science Framework

Logo for Open Science Framework that reads, "A scholarly commons to connect the entire research cycle"

Open Science Framework


figshare logo: credit for all your researchfigshare


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