Sharing data sets: PerSCiDO
PerSCiDO is an open platform for storing and sharing
research datasets where you can:
The filing request as well as the search and
navigation are initially guided by metadata
alone. Downloading or access to the data itself is
only carried out once the request on a dataset has
been validated and declared compliant depending on
the applicant (data science researcher,
teacher-researcher, secondary school teacher,
student) and the license governing the use of that dataset.
- Submit your data sets, specifying access and usage rights.
- Reference your data sets with metadata and be guided by a user-friendly interface.
Request a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) for a dataset that you want
to be able to quote and be quoted using an official external identifier.
- Find data sets that may be of interest to you.
Discover PerSCiDO on
Let yourself be guided by the interface to navigate
and discover the datasets already referenced and/or
submit the submission of a new dataset
For further information, please contact:
You will find a very rich source of information on the
Doranum site, particularly on
Likewise the site https://www.ouvrirlascience.fr/
provides a number of useful resources.
Zenodo is a european data repository support by the
european project OpenAIRE and
Dataverse is an open source web
application to share, preserve, cite, explore and
analyze research data. It is used as a basis for many sites.
There are many directories of data repositories. We can mention for example: