The Joint Data Archiving Policy (JDAP) describes a requirement that supporting data be publicly available. This policy was adopted in a joint and coordinated fashion by many leading journals in the field of evolution in 2011, and JDAP has since been adopted by other journals across various disciplines. Additional journals are welcome to endorse and implement JDAP, or use it as a model. Journals that adopt JDAP often recommend Dryad as an appropriate data repository, however the JDAP initiative is distinct from Dryad.
DPN will create a federated approach to preservation of academic content. It will build upon the higher education community’s current investments to create sufficient diversity of preservation approaches to assure access to the digital scholarly record far into the future.
tool for helping people identify and locate online repositories of research data. Over 200 data repositories have been cataloged in Databib, with more being added every week. Users and bibliographers create and curate records that describe data repositories that users can browse and search.
The Geospatial Data Preservation Resource Center is an information resource and clearinghouse for communities interested in the preservation of geospatial data. The Resource Center aims to facilitate access to and usage of the range of information resources and tools now available to assist developers and managers of geospatial data and information in ensuring the long-term preservation of their valuable geospatial assets.
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