For Researchers

Example of a researcher dataverse.

All researchers from any discipline, both inside and out of the Harvard Community, can deposit files of up to 2.5GB, and store up to 1TB of data on the Harvard Dataverse Repository.

Having a dataverse collection allows you to share, organize and archive your data, while also being able to display it on your personal site. It ensures that you receive credit for your data through formal scholarly data citations and helps satisfy data sharing requirements from funders and publishers. You also have full control of your datasets, from who you share your data with and when to publish. Your web visibility is also increased since it is searchable alongside other scholars’ research data.

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