The University of Pittsburgh`s D-Scholarship Institutional Repository provides long-term storage for scientific results. Pitt researchers can download their published or unpublished work in D-Scholarship, including data sets. Allows you to make data fully public, private or only accessible to the Pitt community. Track your work using alternative measures to demonstrate your effects and see how others use your data. Researchers working to find a repository to store, access and share data, re3data.org, a record of data repositories, is a very useful starting point. Researchers can re3data.org to go through the discipline, the type of data and the country to find a suitable focus for their data or to find common data sets that they can use in their research. Are you interested in depositing your data in a fully open repository or in a unique and permanent identifier that can be used in quotes from your data? re3data.org highlights key features of data repositories with icons that help users discover repositories that meet the requirements of interest. The research data for this project is filed in D-Scholarship@Pitt, the institutional repository of the University of Pittsburgh, hosted and managed by the university library system. D-Scholarship offers stable, long-term storage and routine maintenance of records and other scientific products. D-Scholarship will increase the ability to find search data, as the repository allows for indexing by Google and other major Internet search engines, the Pennsylvania Digital Library and PITTCat. The data is described in D-Scholarship using a metadata diagram based on DataCite and DDI.
A DOI is assigned to the data filed. The university is very committed to protecting your personal data such as, but not only, your user registration, user registration, user sessions and electronic communications at the entrance and request of the university. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. Therefore, while it strives to protect your personal data, the university is not in a position to guarantee or guarantee the security of the information you transmit on or from the site. If the data is outside these problematic domains, the data can be transferred without the formal need for a data usage agreement. However, if the IP wishes to use a data usage agreement, we can use a number of safeguards. Allows you to add information that provides important contexts for your data, so that others can discover, understand and trust data files.