re3data – Indexing the Global Research Data Repository Landscape Since 2012 | Scientific Data

pampel's bookmarks 2023-08-29


For more than ten years, re3data, a global registry of research data repositories (RDRs), has been helping scientists, funding agencies, libraries, and data centers with finding, identifying, and referencing RDRs. As the world’s largest directory of RDRs, re3data currently describes over 3,000 RDRs on the basis of a comprehensive metadata schema. The service allows searching for RDRs of any type and from all disciplines, and users can filter results based on a wide range of characteristics. The re3data RDR descriptions are available as Open Data accessible through an API and are utilized by numerous Open Science services. re3data is engaged in various initiatives and projects concerning data management and is mentioned in the policies of many scientific institutions, funding organizations, and publishers. This article reflects on the ten-year experience of running re3data and discusses ten key issues related to the management of an Open Science service that caters to RDRs worldwide.


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Tags: oa.repositories oa.re3data oa.infrastructure oa.policies oa.metadata oa.pd oa.copyright oa.reuse oa.interoperability

Date tagged:

08/29/2023, 15:00

Date published:

08/29/2023, 11:00