Where to share?

In a Data repository.

Those digital infrastructures allow researchers to store, share, access and preserve for the long term their research data. Some are generic, other displinary or institutional.  At the University of Geneva, the institutional Data repository is called Yareta.

The SNSF and other funders expect researchers to archive and share their datasets openly (as long as no legal, ethical issue prevents it) in a FAIR compliant Data repository.

A selection of some FAIR repositories

Yareta

generic and insitutional

free up to 50 GB

in Switzerland (UNIGE)

ZENODO 

generic

free

in Switzelrnad (CERN)

Dryad 

generic

fees apply

 

FORS 

social and political sciences

free

in Switzerland (UNIL)

OSF – Open Science Framework

generic

free

in the USA, possibility to opt for storage in Germany (or elsewhere, depending on settings)

 

Re3data.org is a register of existing repositories, which you may browse by disciplinary field, country, etc.

Use Archive ouverte to archive and share your scientific publications. Hint: Link it (with the DOI) to its associated dataset.

To share your protocols: Protocols.io