Link your publication with research data

You can connect your scientific output by linking a publication with the underlying research data. This can increase the visibility and citation rate of your work. 

How does it work?
If you store your research data in 4TU.ResearchData or another trusted data repository, your dataset will get a unique, persistent Digital Object Identifier (DOI), that can be linked to or cited in your publication. You are advised to reserve a DOI even before you have deposited your data in an archive. In order to include your dataset in Thompson Reuters Data Citation Index make sure to use the full citation in the reference section of your paper. Read more via the LINKS below.

You can connect your scientific output by linking a publication with the underlying research data. This can increase the visibility and citation rate of your work. 

How does it work?
If you store your research data in 4TU.ResearchData or another trusted data repository, your dataset will get a unique, persistent Digital Object Identifier (DOI), that can be linked to or cited in your publication. You are advised to reserve a DOI even before you have deposited your data in an archive. In order to include your dataset in Thompson Reuters Data Citation Index make sure to use the full citation in the reference section of your paper. Read more via the LINKS below.

Alastair Dunning
Research Data Officer,  Research Data Services at TU Delft Library
a.c.dunning@remove-this.tudelft.nl
+31152789618

Adriaan Bisschop
Library Specialist, Research Support at TU Delft Library
a.b.bisschop@remove-this.tudelft.nl
+31152783236

 

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