The Dataverse Network project develops software, protocols, and community connections for creating research data repositories that automate professional archival practices, guarantee long term preservation, and enable researchers to share, retain control of, and receive web visibility and formal academic citations for their data contributions.
Share & Find Data
The Harvard Dataverse Network is free* and open to all researchers worldwide to share, cite, reuse and archive research data.
- Data Descriptors: Providing the necessary information to make data open, discoverable and reusable. @LSEImpactBLog t.co/UYXo87PWE4
- Presentation slides on "Publishing with Dataverse" from @NDSA2 NE Regional workshop #nendsa14 are now up: t.co/BPydGxJY8k
- New project with @iqss & @hseas on Aiding Reproducible Research By Adding Provenance in Data Citations t.co/VvH1Tg6s55
- When Shared Data Is Not Reproducible: Science Is Broken--But It Can Be Fixed | WIRED t.co/6462KFBxOK
- If you're interested in #opendata as well as #openaccess, this new @PLOSBiology paper is core reading t.co/nCOCxdlnLc