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IRIS is a free and public collection of instruments, materials, stimuli, data, and data coding and analysis tools used for research into languages, including first, second-, and beyond, and signed language learning, multilingualism, language education, language use, and language processing. Materials are freely accessible and searchable, easy to upload (for contributions) and download (for use). For materials or data to be held on IRIS, it must have been used for an accepted peer-reviewed journal article, book chapter, conference proceeding or an approved PhD thesis. Materials and data are given a DOI and reference at the point of submission. By default, uploaders assigned a
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The Penn Integrated Neurodegenerative Disease Database (INDD) contains data from individuals with Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, frontotemporal dementia, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, who have been followed in research studies at the University of Pennsylvania. The database has been periodically described in publications (, with updates on the website. Researchers can request biosamples as well as clinical and biomarker data. Scientists work collaboratively to analyze the Integrative Neurodegenerative Disease Database (INDD) from the Center for Neurodegenerative Disease Research (CNDR) that tracks ~11,000 patients who attended one of four neurodegenerative disease centers at Penn.
SSHADE is an interoperable Solid Spectroscopy database infrastructure ( providing spectral and photometric data obtained by various spectroscopic techniques over the whole electromagnetic spectrum from gamma to radio wavelengths, through X, UV, Vis, IR, and mm ranges. The measured samples include ices, minerals, rocks, organic and carbonaceous materials... and also liquids. They are either synthesized in the laboratory, natural terrestrial analogs collected or measured in the field, or extraterrestrial samples collected on Earth or on planetary bodies: (micro-)meteorites, IDPs, lunar soils... SSHADE contains a set of specialized databases from various research groups, mostly from Europe. It is developed under the H2020 European programs* "Europlanet 2020 RI" and now "Europlanet 2024 RI" with the help of OSUG, CNRS/INSU, IPAG, and CNES. It is hosted by the OSUG data center / Université Grenoble Alpes, France. It can also be searched through the Virtual European Solar and Planetary Access (VESPA) virtual observatory.
CLOSER Discovery is a research tool for locating the variables that best suit your research interests and testing their robustness. Metadata repository for Longitudinal Population Studies in the United Kingdom
The Common Research Data Repository (Deposita Dados) is a database for archiving, publishing, disseminating, preserving and sharing digital research data and its mission is to promote, support and facilitate the adoption of open access to the datasets of Brazilian researchers linked to scientific institutions that do not yet have their own research data repositories and/or of Brazilian researchers who have executed their datasets through scientific collaboration in foreign teaching and research institutions.
The NOAA Repository is a digital library of scientific literature and research produced by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The repository contains NOAA publications, as defined in the NOAA Publications Policy, dating from NOAA’s formation in 1970 to present and NOAA-authored and -funded journal articles from 2015 forward.
The Research Data Repository of the National University of La Plata is an online platform dedicated to the organization and dissemination of research data for the entire academic community of the UNLP. The objective of this platform is to gather and provide access to data generated from all areas of the UNLP to ensure its preservation, encourage reuse and maximize its impact.
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EaSy Data (for Earth System Data) is the French data repository for the environmental domain. It allows researchers in the Environmental and Earth sciences to publish their data and obtain a DOI. Submissions must comply with the scope defined by the communities. Data are moderated by community scientists before validation. Metadata are based on community standards (ISO 19115) and are exposed via standard API (CSW and OGC API)
Institutional Repository of the University of Agriculture in Krakow (Poland). It includes the scientific achievements of the university's staff and students, including raw research data, as well as full texts of journals published by the University of Agriculture in Krakow.
The Forensic Linguistic Databank (FoLD) is a permanent, controlled access online repository for forensic linguistic data, including malicious communication data, investigative interview data, and forensic evidence validation data for both speech and text. We broadly understand forensic linguistics as any academic research with a potential to improve the delivery of justice through the analysis of language. FoLD thus comprises a wide range of datasets with relevance to forensic linguistics and language and law, including commercial extortion letters, investigative interviews in police and other contexts, legal documents, forum posts from far-right online groups, and comment threads from political blogs. The intention for the databank is to not only further academic research into forensic linguistics by developing new methods and approaches but also to directly contribute to impact in assisting the delivery of justice. Therefore, research projects using this data will validate methods for forensic analysis, further the effectiveness of interviewing techniques used by British police, and help tackle internet crime and abuse on behalf of law enforcement beneficiaries, such as the National Crime Agency.
The Central Neuroimaging Data Archive (CNDA) allows for sharing of complex imaging data to investigators around the world, through a simple web portal. The CNDA is an imaging informatics platform that provides secure data management services for Washington University investigators, including source DICOM imaging data sharing to external investigators through a web portal, The CNDA’s services include automated archiving of imaging studies from all of the University’s research scanners, automated quality control and image processing routines, and secure web-based access to acquired and post-processed data for data sharing, in compliance with NIH data sharing guidelines. The CNDA is currently accepting datasets only from Washington University affiliated investigators. Through this platform, the data is available for broad sharing with researchers both internal and external to Washington University.. The CNDA overlaps with data in, but CNDA is a larger data set.
figshare is the RDM system at the University. It is a cloud-based data repository that supports multiple file formats. Research data in the form of datasets, code, audio, images and more can be disseminated via the University's figshare. Citations can be traced for datasets (not just the final research output/article) and analytics will show who is looking at our research data around the world. figshare enables researchers to store research data in a secure way. The system is user-friendly, with easy access, and shareable with colleagues and collaborators on research projects. Where appropriate it enables researchers to make research data openly accessible.
University of Warsaw Research Data Repository aims to collect, archive, preserve and make available all types of research data. Storing and making data available is possible for users affiliated with the University of Warsaw, Poland, or those involved in projects carried out in partnership with the University of Warsaw. Browsing and downloading publicly available research data is open to all interested.
Discover the data on entrepreneurship projects, innovation plans, digital transformation proposals, consumers, and financial markets. Also, explore research on business, management, and entrepreneurship research development at our Business school.
The purpose of the Repository of the University of Life Sciences in Lublin is to disseminate the academic achievements of the University' employees and to promote research conducted at the University. The repository contains resources from various fields of life sciences. Only the community of the University is allowed to upload new records.
The main objective of the project is to digitize the data collected by the Maritime Administration and make it available for reuse by digitizing analog resources, integrating and harmonizing data and building a digital repository, and disseminating information about the resources collected in the system. The aim of the project is to make maritime administration data sets available on the Internet.
Arias Montano, Institutional Repository of the University of Huelva is a repository of digital documents, whose aim is to publicize the scientific and teaching production of the University community, and ensure the preservation of their productions in digital format, as well as those institutions with which the University of Huelva has established agreements for this purpose. In order to collect the data management plans of the research projects carried out by the research groups and centers of the University of Huelva, the collection "Research data: complementary information" was created in Arias Montano, Institutional Repository of Investigations
The Repository of University of Wroclaw is an institutional repository, which archives and makes available scientific as well as research and development materials, that were created by the employees, postgraduate students, and (in the selection) by the students of the University of Wroclaw or issued at the University of Wroclaw. These materials include, inter alia, dissertations, postdoctoral thesis, selected undergraduate’s and postgraduate’s thesis, research articles, conference papers, monographs or their chapters, didactic materials, posters, and also research data. Repository is organized by fields of knowledge, in accordance with the areas represented at the University in the frameworks of its organizational units, such as departments, institutes and other interfaculty units, and its structure is hierarchical, based on groups of subjects, covering a variety of collections.
The Energy Data Centre holds information relating to energy research, focused on the UK. It has a research data catalogue, information on publications resulting from the UK Energy Research Centre and the Energy Technologies Institute and energy research related grants.
WueData is the institutional research data repository of the University of Würzburg. This service offered by the IT Center and the University Library enables scientists to publish their digital research data in accordance with the FAIR principles.