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Datasets visible via the UG research portal

18 December 2017
Datasets
Datasets

As of December 6th 2017, datasets from research(ers) related to the University of Groningen and the University Medical Center Groningen are visible via the UG Research database. On the launch date there were over 140 datasets visible via the research portal.

Besides information on the dataset, a persistent link is provided to the online location. An example of an available dataset is the Penn World Table 9.0.

Researchers can add a description of their dataset(s) to Pure, the Current Research Information (CRIS) of the UG and UMCG. Adding this description to a CRIS contributes to FAIR data and also meets one of the requirements of the UG Research Data Policy. There is a manual available with instructions about how to a description of a dataset to Pure. The Research Data Office (RDO) checks the input before publishing it on the research database.

  • Questions about datasets or handling your research data? Contact the RDO at researchdata@rug.nl
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