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It is best practice, and is often a requirement by both publishers and funders thatthe underlying data to your research is madeopenly available for atleast10 years prior tothe last time that it was accessed.
Datasets, like journal articles,can have embargoperiods,restrictingtheaccess tothedataset for a period of time, thestandard, acceptedembargo period is 12 months. If you require the dataset to be embargoed further, you will need to provide evidence for thereason for this totheHead of Research Support. If you’re dataset needs to be restricted due to the nature of the data, e.g., human trafficking data, then the data can be restricted. All requirements by funderswill be respected.
The University of Northampton will be able to provide you with a DOI for your dataset, after it has been uploaded and any required accompanying data provided. The datasets you register will appear on your Research Profile.
Pleasenotethat this is not digital preservation,but once the University has a suitable platform in place, this will allow us to transfer the dataset to that platform to enable digital preservation.