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How to share data related to your scientific publications? A guide to help you

 

Developed by the Research Data College of the Open Science Committee, the guide "Sharing Scientific Publication Data" (in French) supports researchers in this process, which contributes to transparency and promotes the reuse of research data.

This guide focuses on concrete solutions in three steps:

1- Sharing data is anticipated and implies promoting their reuse. This implies paying particular attention to the management of data throughout its life cycle, and applying the FAIR principles (easy to find, accessible, interoperable, reusable).

2- The choice of the repository in which the data are deposited is a key element of the sharing strategy. It can be a disciplinary or institutional warehouse, and soon the national Research Data Gouv warehouse.

3- Finally, linking research data and the publication they support is an important step that is best prepared upstream.

These three steps are described in this guide, which provides an outline of an effective approach for sharing research data linked to publications.

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