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New at Dryad: Support for NIH-funded researchers
Learn how Dryad’s curated data publishing service helps researchers ensure they comply with the NIH data sharing policy.
Open Data Digest: Compelling data from Dryad straight to your inbox
Looking for intriguing datasets to use in your research, teaching and learning, data science, and more? We’ve combed our library of over 50,000 datasets to round up a selection of the most compelling data to deliver straight to your inbox each month.
For journals: Delivering on your data sharing policy with Dryad
Dryad’s Head of Publishing Services, Jess Herzog and Wiley’s Senior Commissioning Editor, Gareth Jenkins explore how partnering with Dryad can help streamline publishing processes and support data sharing compliance for journals.
New at Dryad: Donna Okubo joins the team
We are so pleased to announce that open access veteran and renowned alliance-builder Donna Okubo has joined Dryad as Strategic Partnership Director and will lead our efforts to expand the Dryad membership among academic and research institutions and funders in the United States.
Leaders in open data: Journal editors boost standards for data sharing
Dryad welcomes the progressive stance on data sharing put forward by our founding communities in ecology and evolutionary biology, who have once again raised the bar. In a new editorial, leading journals in these fields call for authors to share “all raw data and metadata, code, programming scripts, and bespoke software necessary for fully replicating any analyses that lead to inferences made in a published study” as a condition of its publication.
Read on to learn more about how Dryad supports researchers in our founding communities and beyond.
For researchers: Including Dryad in your data management plan
Dryad makes it easy to meet access, metadata, licensing and archiving requirements for open data. This new resource provides tips and guidance, as well as model language, that researchers can use when preparing data management and sharing plans.
SCOSS: New institutions pledge support for Dryad
Dryad is deeply grateful for the support of thirteen institutions who have generously contributed to us through SCOSS so far this year, and the three consortia who have organized pledging campaigns. Take action today and join these institutions as a SCOSS pledger. Contact Donna Okubo donna [@] datadryad [dot] org to learn how.
From the community
“Within weeks of going live, dozens of deposits were received, and many researchers contacted the library to express their gratitude at having Dryad as an option for their data sharing requirements.”
Jennifer Muilenburg hails the success of the University of Washington Libraries’ Dryad membership in a new article.
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