The Libraries have launched ReDATA, the University of Arizona Research Data Repository and is now accepting deposits from all UA researchers.
ReDATA is a long-term archival data repository service that meets all University, journal, and funder data archiving and sharing requirements.
How does it work?
You prepare and deposit your own materials according to our guidelines which you then submit to us for curatorial review. After review, your data becomes public. There is no cost to you, though storage quotas apply. See our help page for more information.
ReDATA Examples of publicly available research data
- Raw birdsong data for "Middle Age, a Key Time Point for Changes in Birdsong and Human Voice.”
- Independent Data Aggregation, Quality Control and Visualization of University of Arizona COVID-19 Re-Entry Testing Data
- University of Arizona Libraries 2020 Data Visualization Contest Collection
Ready to get started?
Head to our help page to see how to get started. We also provide consultations via Zoom or email if you have more in-depth questions.