Well managed and preserved research data is the cornerstone of reproducible research.
Let's practice the FAIR data principles together. May all research data be findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable!
All kinds of data can be deposited. Datasets can be searched by spatiotemporal ranges, data types, keywords, and other conditions. The datasets are indexed by Google Dataset Search.
After registration, everyone can start to upload data. We support all file formats, as well as essential and standardized metadata fields for time period, spatial range, Wikidata keyword, among others. With informatic dataset description and file preview, the deposited datasets are nicely presented.
Once a project is created, members can be added to the project. Project members are assigned different roles in data management. A project can manage multiple datasets. A dataset can be open to the public or remain private to project members. Projects and datasets all have unique URLs. Dataset citation snippets are automatically generated too.
Datasets are filtered by spatiotemporal ranges, data types, keywords, and other conditions. Data can be previewed without being downloaded. Data previews can be embedded in web pages too. Dataset catalogs are published as linked data and indexed by Google Dataset Search. Flexible APIs for access to data endpoints and structured data are provided.
The term depositar is from the Portuguese/Spanish verb for "to deposit". The term depositario is a noun for depository or repository. This service has a Taiwanese Mandarin name 研究資料寄存所 meaning "research data depository".
In addition to data preservation, at the depositar registered users can create projects to collaboratively manage research data. All datasets can be searched by their spatiotemporal ranges, data types, keywords, and other conditions. Dataset catalogs are published as linked data and indexed by Google Dataset Search.
You may want to read Practical Guide to the International Alignment of Research Data Management – Extended Version (in English and Taiwanese Mandarin) and visit the Research Data Management Hub (mostly in Taiwanese Mandarin).