Princeton Research Data Repository
Princeton Data Commons is coming soon!
DataSpace at Princeton University
DataSpace is an online repository designed for archiving and publicly disseminating digital objects which are the result of research, academic outputs, or administrative work performed by members of the Princeton University community. It is home to several research data collections, organized by department and/or research center. It also hosts digital copies of Princeton Theses and Dissertations, which are searchable via the Library Catalog.
All items contained in DataSpace are freely available to the general public to browse, download, and investigate. The curators of DataSpace at PRDS review submissions with an eye toward discoverability, re-usability, and preservation--without partiality to the subject matter or findings of the research. DataSpace promotes public awareness of all contents of the repository and ensures their long-term accessibility for anyone who is interested. (Read more about DataSpace here.)
Guides for Princeton Researchers
- Introducing Princeton Data Commons (Coming Soon!)
- Getting Started as a DataSpace Contributor
- DataSpace Policies and Guidelines (PDF)
- Considerations for Large Datasets
- DataSpace Help Page