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RIO, Olavide Institutional Repository, aims to guarantee the preservation, access and open dissemination of the scientific, teaching and institutional production of the Pablo de Olavide University of Seville.
The Weizenbaum Library is the open access repository of the Weizenbaum Institute. It makes the open research results (publications and research data) of the Institute permanently accessible worldwide.
bonndata is the institutional, FAIR-aligned and curated, cross-disciplinary research data repository for the publication of research data for all researchers at the University of Bonn. The repository is fully embedded into the University IT and Data Center and curated by the Research Data Service Center ( The software that bonndata is based on is the open source software Dataverse (
The Tecnológico de Monterrey's Data Hub offers Open Data generated by our researchers and other initiatives. This initiative is sponsored by both the Living Lab & Data Hub of the Institute for the Future of Education (IFE and the Tecnologico de Monterrey's Research Office. This repository is organized by Institutes and Schools.
The Society of American Archivists (SAA) Dataverse is an SAA data service that was established to support the needs and interests of SAA’s members and the broader archives community. The SAA Dataverse supports the reuse of datasets for purposes of fostering knowledge, insights, and a deeper understanding of archival organizations, the status of archivists, and the impact of archives and archival work on the broader society. Deposited datasets should be “actionable” in that they should support direct analysis and interpretation. The SAA Dataverse welcomes deposits of collections of quantitative or qualitative data and associated documentation. SAA membership is not required to deposit or use data in the SAA Dataverse.
The purpose of the Canadian Urban Data Repository (CUDR) is to provide a “home” for urban datasets. While primarily focused on datasets created by academe, it will also contain datasets created by NGOs, governments, citizens, and industry. Datasets stored in the repository will be open-access and will not contain personally identifiable information. The purpose of the Canadian Urban Data Catalogue (CUDC) is to enhance the awareness of urban datasets that exist across Canada by providing a catalogue of Canadian and Canadian-created urban datasets. It will catalogue datasets available in CUDR and external datasets available on other platforms and as web services. These external datasets may be open or closed. CUDC uses a rich metadata model that supports the documentation and search for datasets relevant to a user’s needs. Catalogue entry metadata may be exported and imported from/to CUDC.
Scholars Portal Dataverse is a secure and publicly searchable Canadian data repository, though researchers who deposit their data here can choose how openly available to make their data, from freely accessible to mediated access to inaccessible. Managed by the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL), Dataverse has contributors and adopters from across Canada. Researchers can use Dataverse to search for secondary data, deposit their own data, store metadata, and visualize and explore data.
The Academic Data Repository of the National University of Rosario (RDA- UNR) allows for sharing, storing, accessing, exploring, and citing research data managed by UNR professors, researchers and students so as to make these data visible and promote its use and reutilization, ensuring its long-term preservation. It is a self-publishing repository, i.e. users upload, organize, describe and publish their own data with the assistance of a team of curators, user guides and training sessions.
Koszalin University of Technology is the only technical university in Central Pomerania. It is located in a town of 100 thousand inhabitants, about 10 km from the Baltic Sea. Central Pomerania is a region with well-developed tourism, agriculture, food-processing and electronics industries. Koszalin University of Technology conducts teaching and scientific-research activities in disciplines related primarily to the directions of development of the region. Koszalin University of Technology is authorized to confer doctoral degrees. The doctoral degree is conferred by the Doctoral School operating at Koszalin University of Technology. It educates students on I st and II nd degree studies, in stationary and non-stationary mode. The Repository is to be used for collecting, storing (archiving), presenting (making available) and retrieving information on the scientific and popular scientific achievement of employees, doctoral students and students, as well as on their professional achievements and activities that create the university's output and shaping its image among other scientific institutions in the country and in the world.
PubData is Leuphana's institu­tional research data reposi­tory for the long-term preser­vation, documen­tation and publi­cation of research data from scienti­fic projects. PubData is main­tained by Leuphana's Media and Infor­mation Centre (MIZ) and is free of charge. The service is primarily aimed at Leuphana em­ployees and additionally at re­searchers from coope­ration partners con­tractually asso­ciated with Leuphana.
The objective of the PDRC is to construct and collect a well-designed and large-scale panel data set and provide rigorous empirical studies based on these data sets. The data will enable us (i) to provide international comparisons and fact-findings on the household income changes, social mobility, changes in employment status and the investment activities; (ii) to verify the hypotheses related to the dynamics of economic behavior derived from economic theory; and (iii) to evaluate important policy changes in the tax system and social security program, which might have lagged effects.
Discovery is the digital repository of research, and related activities, undertaken at the University of Dundee. The content held in Discovery is varied and ranges from traditional research outputs such as peer-reviewed articles and conference papers, books, chapters and post-graduate research theses and data to records for artefacts, exhibitions, multimedia and software. Where possible Discovery provides full-text access to a version of the research. Discovery is the data catalogue for datasets resulting from research undertaken at the University of Dundee and in some instances the publisher of research data.
Yale-NUS Dataverse is the institutional research data repository of Yale-NUS College. The goals of Yale-NUS Dataverse are to collect, preserve and showcase the research output of Yale-NUS researchers and through this, increase the research visibility of Yale-NUS researchers and demonstrate the research excellence of Yale-NUS College to the world.
SMU Research Data Repository (SMU RDR) is a tool and service for researchers from Singapore Management University (SMU) to store, share and publish their research data. SMU RDR accepts a wide range of research data and outputs generated from research projects.
The Cape Peninsula University of Technology uses Figshare for institutions for their data repository and it is called eSango. The repository's Designated community are academics at the university who produce outputs for funded research. It fits with the University's ambition to increase the visibility, reach, and impact of its research. The Designated Community consists of researchers from all the discipline areas researched at CPUT Figshare (as evidenced by