Research Data in the Duke Digital Repository
Example slide from Cryo-sectioned Mice for Investigating HS-131 Uptake
The Duke Digital Repository accepts data, documentation, and software code related to the teaching and research mission of Duke University, including data linked to a publication, research project, and/or class projects. Data deposit in the DDR is open to all members of the Duke Community with a valid netid. Contact email@example.com to talk with a consultant if you have questions about the DDR or other repository options.
Why deposit with the DDR?
Fulfill funder and journal requirements
Maximize research impact and increase visibility
Ensure that your data are preserved and accessible
Participate in Duke's Open Access community