Got data? Need to store or share it? Be part of the figshare trial…

The University is trialling an exciting, easy-to-use new tool that enables you to store your data and share it securely or publicly, and with greater discoverability.

What is figshare?

figshare is an online digital repository in which researchers can preserve and share their research outputs, including figures, datasets, software/code, images, videos, posters and presentations. Anyone can create a free account and upload content. Files can be public or private – if public, you can choose a sharing licence (usually CC-BY) and the file is given a DOI.

How do I join the trial?

To join the trial, or for more information on the trial, please contact Mary O’Connor, eResearch Support Project Librarian.

More information

For more information on figshare please visit the figshare trial resource guide.

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