Research data management & sharing
Digital object identifiers
Citing your data
DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) are becoming the standard method for linking to and citing datasets. You can get your DOI as part of the Data Deposit process in Pure.
Cite & be cited
A digital object identifier (DOI) is a unique character string which identifies the location of a journal paper or dataset and can also be used as a persistent hyperlink in a related publication’s data access statement.
Publications with associated datasets are better cited
Increased citation of your data creates greater impact, recognition and credit
Depositing in Pure or in many external data repositories creates a data citation which includes a unique DOI permanently locating the data