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Publish & Share

Last updated on 15 November 2021
Data that are available for discovery and access may be re-used by other researchers, either to substantiate the findings of the original research, or to generate new insights through further interrogation and analysis.

Publish & Share

  • How to publish your research data

    LibGuides
    When you are doing research, good data management practices and transparency are essential. This toolbox provides practical information and guidelines for both PhD students and researchers when working with research data.

    Dataverse
    DataverseNL is an online platform for the publication of citable research data in a semi-open environment. DataverseNL allows users to link publications to datasets directly, and to share the data through online archives such as the Dutch National Centre of Expertise and Repository for Research Data (DANS). DataverseNL uses the Dataverse software developed by Harvard University, which is used worldwide.

  • How to register your research data

    ORCID
    Every researcher wants their publications and other research results to be easily findable, without wasting time registering them in all manner of databases and profiles. An ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) - a unique, personal number - ensures that this is the case. ORCID is a non-profit organisation set up by the academic community itself. You can use the ID to keep a list of your research results. The ID comes in handy when submitting an article or grant application.

    Pure
    The VU Amsterdam Research Portal shows you researcher profiles and publications (books, articles, dissertations). It also is the university's digital academic repository. Many publications are online, full text, and freely accessible for everyone. This is indicated by the Open Access-logo.

  • Research data support

    Data stewards in the faculties and and the VU RDM support desk can help you with research data management issues, like writing your data management plan, advise you about storing, sharing and securing your research data and help you with publishing, archiving and registering research data.

    You can find contact details and practical assistance on the research data support contact & support page.

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Research Data Management

RDM Support Desk
Do you have questions about Research Data Management (RDM) or need advice? Ask us! The VU RDM Support Desk provides first-line practical assistance, help and advice with any RDM-related questions: 020 598 53 67 (9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday).

Do you have questions or remarks regarding research support and you would like to contact someone on a specific matter? Please contact us.

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