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DOE Office of Science Data Management Plan: DOE Repository

DOE Data Explorer

1)      The DOE Data Explorer http://www.osti.gov/dataexplorer/ is not a repository for data, but a database of DOIs linking to datasets in repositories. The e DOE has established a process where they will provide researchers with a DOI (free of charge) to identify their research data. Researchers should be registering their datasets with the DOE via the DOE Energy Link or eLink https://www.osti.gov/elink/. This way the granting arm of DOE knows what happened to the data.

1)      The DOE FAQ about sharing data :

 My anticipated publisher cannot include my displayed research data as supplementary material with my publication. What other means should I plan to use?

If your publisher cannot include displayed research data as supplementary material, you may be able to make it digitally accessible through a discipline-specific data repository, data center, or archive. Another option is a data center or repository with a more general focus, possibly at your national laboratory or academic institution. Wherever the data are located, the published article should indicate how these data can be accessed.

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ABOUT PUBLISHING RESEARCH
FUNDED BY THE DOE.

There is no commitment to publish in an open-access journal. However, PIs of DOE-supported research are required to submit a copy of the accepted manuscript to OSTI via Public Access Gateway for Energy and Science, PAGES at http://www.osti.gov/pages/ 

In 2015 PIs of DOE-supported research will be REQUIRED to submit metadata for their peer-reviewed publications and full text or links to accepted manuscripts. PAGES will link to the accepted manuscripts or articles after a 12-month embargo.

PIs should acknowledge DOE funding appropriately. See http://science.energy.gov/funding-opportunities/acknowledgements

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