Publish and share research data
The Library's Data Access Unit (DAU) supports you in the process of publishing and sharing research data.
Publish and share research data - an overview
By publishing data, it is possible to subsequently verify published results or investigate scientific misconduct. Data that is made available in a recommended and standardised way becomes well visible, searchable and citable.
DORIS - publish your research data
The Swedish National Data Service (SND) has a system for describing and sharing research data called DORIS. With the help of DORIS, researchers can publish metadata about datasets, regardless of whether they can be made openly available or if they contain sensitive data, such as personal data.
Requirements of funders and publishers
In Europe and USA, researchers are more often required to publish scientific articles open access as well as the data on which the research results are based.
The FAIR principles
According to KI's open access policy, publications must, whenever possible, comply with the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles.
In order to make your data available and publish it open access, it is recommended that you register it in a data repository. In this way, your dataset is also assigned a unique ID, a permanent identifier, also called a PID, which can refer to one or more objects.
KIB:s workshops about research data
Order a workshop about research data ("on demand")
Are you interested in publishing research data? Data Access Unit can hold tailor-made workshops for research groups, departments and units. Let us know you're interested and we will get back to you as soon as we can.