Request our data availability reporting service to understand how your researchers are sharing data, demonstrate compliance with funder policies and save staff time.
More than 85 funders now encourage or mandate research data sharing – but tracking the data outputs of researchers can be difficult and time consuming, especially because data sharing practices vary across disciplines. Librarians sometimes have to resort to manually searching and reading papers to find research data availability information.
Our data availability reporting service provides easy-to-understand information on how your researchers are sharing data associated with articles published in Springer Nature journals (covering all subscription and open access articles).
Your institution can receive an annual report containing a summary document with graphs, tables and an executive summary, as well as the underlying data file, including the full text of articles’ data availability statements – enabling you to conduct your own analyses and populate institutional data catalogues.