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peter.suber's bookmarks 2016-10-10


"Among those researchers that do archive and share data, GitHub is indeed the most often used, but just as many people indicate using ‘others’ (i.e. tools not mentioned as one of the preselected options). Figshare comes in third, followed by Bitbucket, Dryad, Dataverse, Zenodo and Pangaea (Figure 3)....Another surprising finding is the overall low use of Zenodo – a CERN-hosted repository that is the recommended archiving and sharing solution for data from EU-projects and -institutions. The fact that Zenodo is a data-sharing platform that is available to anyone (thus not just for EU project data) might not be widely known yet...."


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Tags: oa.floss oa.surveys oa.disciplines oa.dataverse oa.zenodo oa.github oa.figshare oa.dryad oa.pangaea oa.repositories

Date tagged:

10/10/2016, 17:43

Date published:

10/10/2016, 13:43