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Last Updated: Feb 9, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Find Data Repositories

We recommend depositing your data in Chapman University Digital Commons, Chapman's repository for the scholarly and creative output of faculty, students, and staff. Depositing your data in Chapman University Digital Commons will provide it a permanent home that allows for open access and helps you comply with many data sharing mandates.  It can accommodate your published articles and other forms of research, too.  For more information, contact Kristin Laughtin-Dunker.

However, depositing in Chapman University Digital Commons does not preclude you from posting your data in other places.  Below are a few listings of other available data repositories. 

*Please note that some funders require authors to deposit in specific repositories, so you should always double-check their policies.  However, these will not generally prevent you from depositing in multiple repositories.

Find Publisher Data Policies

The Open Access Directory maintains a listing of journals with research data sharing policies, including whether deposit in specific repositories is required or automated.  Each entry links to the detailed explanation on the publisher's website.


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