As a core for your research, data acts like infrastructure for our scientific knowledge. As a researcher, you are encouraged – and sometimes mandated – to store your research data and make it accessible and discoverable so that others can reuse it.
How to write Data Reproducibility?
From these templates, please select only one of the below templates.
- If you used "research data" in your article AND you have uploaded your research data during this submission -> Use Template 1
- If you used "research data" in your article AND You have uploaded your research data to other data repository websites like Mendeley -> Use Template 2
- If you used "research data" in your article AND you have not uploaded it anywhere due to restrictions, e.g., privacy or ethics -> Use Template 3
- If you have not analyzed (used) any research data in your article -> Use Template 4
- The data presented in this study are uploaded during submission as a supplementary file and are openly available for readers upon request. [Dataset name: XXX, File type: PDF, XLS, TXT, etc.]
- The data presented in this study are openly available in [repository name e.g., Mendeley] at [doi] or [link/accession number], reference number [reference number].
- The dataset presented in the study is available on request from the corresponding author during submission or after publication. The data are not publicly available due to [insert reason here].
- No new data were created or analyzed in this study. Data sharing does not apply to this article.
In all Brieflands Journals, authors are suggested to register their raw data in one of the well-known data projects like Dataverse or Mendeley.