ICPSR, openICPSR and DataLumos: preserving and sharing valuable research data

Happy #OpenAccessWeek! Did you know the vast majority of ICPSR data holdings are public-use files with no access restrictions? ICPSR also has DIY data deposits via openICPSR, assist with institutional data repositories, and are helping to preserve valuable government data with our recently launched DataLumos repository created to preserve valuable government data.

openICPSR is ICPSR’s data preservation option for researchers who want to self-publish research data, and for institutions desiring to build and brand their own data repositories. Learn more about using or sharing data via openICPSR, or how to start an institutional repository at openicpsr.org.

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