Zenodo is a research data repository created by OpenAIRE and CERN to provide a place for researchers to deposit datasets. Not for sensitive data.
Who is this for
How to access
Through Zenodo's own homepage. Log in also available via ORDIC.
Zenodo is an easy to use data repository funded by European Commission and maintained by CERN. More about the Zenodo: http://about.zenodo.org/policies/
Volume and size limitations: Total files size limit per record is 50GB. Higher quotas can be requested and granted on a case-by-case basis.
When submitting research data file(s) to Zenodo, please attach also a "readme" file. In "readme" give the basic information about the data, so others can correctly interpreted it. Add also references to the publications based on this data.
To submit research data to Zenodo:
1) Login (or create an account)
2) Upload => New upload
3) Upload the data file(s) & "readme" file
4) Upload type => Dataset
5) Fill in the form; most of the questions are self-explanatory
6) Remember to add University of Helsinki in author affiliations. This way the dataset is included in UH dataset listing in Etsin: https://etsin.fairdata.fi/
7) You can check ORCID's here: https://orcid.org/orcid-search/search
8) Description: in additon/instead of the "readme" file, give basic information about the data file(s) here.
9) Access right => Open Acces => Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (=others are free to use, share and adapt; as long as they credit you as the original contributor) OR Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 (=others are free to use, share and adapt for non-commercial purposes; as long as they credit you as the original contributor)