Consistent with INED’s policy of sharing research data as openly as possible, and for the reproducibility and transparency of analyses, the journal encourages authors to provide access to the sources, data, and computer code(s) used for their contribution.
Any research data required to verify the results must be deposited, whenever possible, in a public data repository that meets open science standards (FAIR).
Information about discipline-specific and generalist repositories is available from the following:
- Cat OpiDoR (in French)
- Repository Finder
Citations of data must include the information recommended by DataCite:
- Author, Year, Title, Publisher (name of repository or archive), identifier (DOI).