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Things to consider when uploading your outputs to Figshare.
Figshare is a good place to share outputs from thesis or dissertation work, including datasets, presentations, posters, and other supplementary material. This help article offers suggestions to help you share these outputs appropriately.
A description of how Figshare meets the ‘Desirable Characteristics of Data Repositories” described by the Office of Science and Technology (OSTP).
A description of how Figshare meets the ‘Desirable Characteristics for Data Repositories” outlined in the NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing: Selecting a Repository for Data Resulting from NIH-Supported Research.
Guidance on how to write a Data Management Plan for your project or grant proposal and how to include Figshare in your data sharing plans.
In October 2020, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) released their Final NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing to be effective beginning January 2023. Here we provide highlights of the policy from our perspective at Figshare as a trusted generalist data repository along with guidance on how to incorporate Figshare into your NIH Data Management and Sharing Plans.
This article outlines the usage metrics measured and displayed on item pages in Figshare: views, downloads, citations, and Altmetrics.
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Learn how to do more with your private and public items on Figshare.
There are many ways to upload your data and/or metadata.
When creating an item on Figshare, it’s possible to edit the publication timeline - or history - that appears on the public record of your item.
Learn how to carry out a basic and advanced search in Figshare.