Disciplinary data repositories

When you're ready to deposit your data for sharing and archiving, a number of repositories are available. First, look into whether there is a repository in your field where the most likely users of your data would look. The re3data.org registry maintains a list of over 1,500 repositories that accept research data.

The Duke Digital Repository

The Duke Digital Repository (DDR) is a service of Duke University Libraries that supports the activities of the University's faculty, researchers, students, and library staff by preserving, securing, and providing access to digital resources. Depositing your data in the DDR is one way to receive a digital object identifier (DOI) for your dataset.

General data repositories

Need help choosing a repository? Contact us at askdata@duke.edu