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Research Data Management: Journal Open Data Policies: Data availability statements

Publishers Data Availability Statements

Policies and Data Availabilty Statements

Publishers are requiring Data Availability Statements in manuscripts submitted for publication if the authors have been manadated, or elect to make their article research data available in a Repository, or on request. These statements may differ from publisher to publisher so it is always good to check before submitting the manuscript for peer review and publication.

These are some of the common publishers Data Policies, and Data Availabilty Statement examples.

Cambridge Core Data Policy.

Springer Nature Open Data Policy

Wiley Data Policy

Sage Research Data Sharing Policies

Oxford Journals Research Data Policy

Elsevier Research Data Policy

Taylor and Francis Data Sharing Policies

Biomed Central Open Data

PLOS Data Access for Open Access Literature

Other Publishers Policies and Data Availability Statements can be found at:

FAIRsharing policies: A catalogue of data preservation, management and sharing policies from international funding agencies, regulators and journals.

Chorus: Advancing Open Access to Research: An index to publishers policies.