At the end of your project

When your project is about to be finished you need to make some important decisions concerning your data and what is going to happen to it onwards, and in what way. Investigate if there are any specific requirements from research funders or others regarding data availability and archiving.


According to Swedish law, research data must be archived.

Read more about research data archiving at Medarbetarwebben

Availability, reusing and sharing

If you are planning to make your data available for others there are several ways to do this.  Note that if your data contains personal details it must be anonymised before it is made public.

Publish and share your data

Open research data is searchable, depending on where it has been uploaded – in a data repositorium, in special data journals, or as a supplement to a journal article. 

Share your data at the Swedish National Data Service (SND) here

Find a platform for open data within all subject areas at Zenodo

See Figshare for an example of platform for open data

Find further sharing services at the Re3data website


Feel free to use standardised licenses, for example CC licenses, to make evident how your data can be used.

Read more about licenses at Creative Commons 

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