Where you choose to store your ongoing project data will depend on a number of factors, such as:
The University has several secure storage options for researchers: use the below PDF document to discover which resource will best suit your needs.
This guide will help you to determine the most effective storage solution for your research data. If none of the solutions listed are suitable for your data, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where possible, your research data should be stored alongside similar data records to maximise the potential impact of your work.
You can use the online registry, Re3data.org, to identify a suitable repository in which to store your research data.
As a minimum, you are required to deposit in e-space a robust metadata record relating to your data. However, if you wish to make duplicate deposits, or if there are no recognised repositories suitable to store your research data, you can also choose to upload a copy of your data to e-space.