Data repositories offer a place for long-term storage/preservation of data and associated documentation for future access and use by yourself or other researchers –one of the primary purposes of Research Data Management. Repositories also relieve researchers from having to manage and fulfill requests to share data, since they facilitate user discovery, retrieval, and use.
When choosing a repository, first determine whether your funding agency (if you’ve received funding from one) has specific requirements related to where you must deposit your data.
If not, consider consulting one of the following repositories:
There is a Nipissing-specific Dataverse for Nipissing researchers, within which you can add your research data. To do so: 1) Create a Dataverse account by selecting “Sign Up” from the top menu of the Nipissing University Dataverse, 2) Login, and from the Nipissing University Dataverse, select “Add Data,” 3) Choose to either add a new Dataverse or add a dataset.
More detailed instructions below:
Researchers affiliated with a Canadian institution are able to deposit their research data at no cost. It is meant for large data, with sign in available with Google or ORCID. Researchers can also search FRDR for research data sets deposited by research at other Canadian institutions, or for data deposited to other repositories across Canada.
A registry of research data repositories, containing over 2000.