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Guidelines to support author compliance with open data standards
The data that supports your research and the visualizations in your paper must be deposited in a trusted repository that supports the FAIR principles. When identifying the most appropriate repositories for your data, please consider the following prioritization. We recommend a repository that specializes in the data for your scientific domain as this will maximize the probability that the deposited data will be interoperable and reusable. If that is not available for your data type, next is your institutional repository, your computing center, and finally a general repository. Please note that the repository you select must offer a translation to English in order to comply.
Please note that only those journals marked with an asterisk (*) are available at this time.
For each dataset that supports your research, both a citation and a data availability statement must be present. The data availability statement for each data set must be included in the Open Research section of your paper indicating where readers can access the data. See the information on data citation for additional guidance. The availability statement should include an in-text citation, licensing information, and access restrictions. Statements to the effect of "data available from authors" are not acceptable.
Common templates for data availability statements:
If none of the above options are possible for your type of data, you may be able to use a general repository. Please refer to the Generalist Repository Comparison Chart for guidance. When using a general repository, make sure you provide documentation about your data that is in line with your community standards.
When the primary data for the research comes from model simulations, follow these guidelines: