Question: Will depositing my research materials in UltraViolet help me meet journal sharing or grant funding requirements?


Yes! Typically, journal sharing and funders require that data and code be published in a public-facing repository, and that the data has a DOI (digital object identifier) that permanently refers to the relevant materials. UltraViolet provides DOIs for all published materials, and all deposits are public-facing. However, because UltraViolet is fully open access and does not offer a restricted option, it is not suitable for data that includes PHI  (private health information) and other kinds of sensitive data. If your project relies on that kind of data, the UltraViolet service team can work with you to find a suitable repository.

Answered By: Talya Cooper
Last Updated: Feb 28, 2023Views:

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