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FunderLocation (url)Source AliasFunder of Journal ArticlesLocation (url)Government, Corporate or Charity Gov CodeNationNation CodePolicy Statement on Sharing Data (Full Text) Requires Data Management Plan Data Management Plan TextRequires Data Sharing Plan Requires Data Sharing Plan Plan Code Requires Sharing Date of PlanTime Frame for Sharing DataTime frame text Length of time data must be made available Length shared textRequires data to be archived Instructs where to depositWhere deposit textAreas or Types of data expectedHow to Cite DataHow to cite data textPolicy grants extra money for data sharingExtra money textHow policy is enforced
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Academy of Finland http://www.aka.fi/en-gb/A/Academy-of-Finland/Academy-Policy-Lines/AmNat, MolecEcolhttp://www.aka.fi/en-gb/A/Academy-of-Finland/Academy-Policy-Lines/Gov0Finland1NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Animal Behavior Society http://www.animalbehavior.org/ABSHandbook/animal-behavior-society-handbook/13ResearchGrantsAmNAthttp://www.animalbehavior.org/ABSHandbook/animal-behavior-society-handbook/13ResearchGrantsCharity 1United States2NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Arthritis Research UK http://www.arthritisresearchuk.org/pdf/Arthritis%20Research%20UK%20Conditions%20for%20the%20award%20of%20a%20Grant%202010.pdfhttp://www.arthritisresearchuk.org/pdf/Arthritis%20Research%20UK%20Conditions%20for%20the%20award%20of%20a%20Grant%202010.pdfCharity 1United Kingdom1NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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British Heart Foundation (BHF) http://www.bhf.org.uk/RESEARCH_HEALTH_PROFESSIONALS/APPLY_FOR_RESEARCH_GRANTS/GRANT_TYPES__GUIDELINES.ASPXBHFhttp://www.bhf.org.uk/RESEARCH_HEALTH_PROFESSIONALS/APPLY_FOR_RESEARCH_GRANTS/GRANT_TYPES__GUIDELINES.ASPXCharity 1United Kingdom1NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Canadian Health Services Research Foundation (CHSRF) http://www.chsrf.ca/funding_opportunities/general_award_guidelines_e.phphttp://www.chsrf.ca/funding_opportunities/general_award_guidelines_e.phpCharity 1Canada2No2009NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Chief Scientist Office, Scottish Executive (CSO) http://www.sehd.scot.nhs.uk/cso/ApplyingForFunding/ResponseMode/FormsandDocs/Standard%20Conditions%20of%20a%20Research%20Grant.docCSOhttp://www.sehd.scot.nhs.uk/cso/ApplyingForFunding/ResponseMode/FormsandDocs/Standard%20Conditions%20of%20a%20Research%20Grant.docGov0United Kingdom116.1 CSO, in common with other public research funders, strongly encourages the sharing of data from research it supports. Where the data may be of interest to researchers other than the original investigators, consent from research participants should be worded in terms that enable the data to be used for secondary analysis, and datasets should be preserved in a way that encourages other analysts to use them. The best method for ensuring this is to deposit the data with full supporting documentation in a public archive, such as the UK Data Archive.

16.2 CSO recognises that the original investigator has a right to a limited period of exclusive use of the data, that secondary analyses may be most fruitfully conducted in collaboration with the original investigator, and that publications making secondary use of the data should acknowledge the intellectual property of the original investigator.

16.3 Whether or not the data is likely to be used for secondary analysis, the Chief Investigator must ensure that the raw data or results are stored for a minimum period of 5 years after completion of the project. At any time during this period the data or results may be requested by CSO. If a longer period of storage is required this will be indicated in the notice of funding.
NoNo2010NoYesWhether or Not the data is likely to be used for secondary analysis, the Chief Investigator must ensure that the raw data or results are stored for a minimum period of 5 years after completion of the projectCSO, in common with other public research funders, strongly encourages the sharing of data from research it supports. Where the data may be of interest to researchers other than the original investigators, consent from research participants should be worded in terms that enable the data to be used for secondary analysis, and datasets should be preserved in a way that encourages other analysts to use them. The best method for ensuring this is to deposit the data with full supporting documentation in a public archive, such as the UK Data Archive. NoNoYes If a longer period of storage is required this will be indicated in the Notice of funding. NA
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Department of Health (DoH) http://www.nihr.ac.uk/files/pdfs/OpenAccessPolicyStatement.pdfDoHhttp://www.nihr.ac.uk/files/pdfs/OpenAccessPolicyStatement.pdfGov0United Kingdom1No2008NoNoData collected in the course of r esearch must be retained for an appropriate period,
to allow further analysis by the original or other r esearch teams subject to consent,
and to support monitoring by regulatory and other authorities.
NoNoNoNoNA
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Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) http://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/programmes/infrastructure/lis/digital_information/primary_research/index.htmlDFGSysBio, MolecEcol, AmNathttp://www.dfg.de/en/research_funding/programmes/infrastructure/lis/digital_information/primary_research/index.htmlGov0Germany1NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/SiteCollectionDocuments/FundingGuideJanuary2010.pdfEPSRChttp://www.epsrc.ac.uk/SiteCollectionDocuments/FundingGuideJanuary2010.pdfGov0United Kingdom1No2010YesEPSRC expects, wherever appropriate, those who receive funding to :take responsibility for the curation, management and exploitation of data for future useNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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EUROPEAN COMMISSIONhttp://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/index.cfm?fuseaction=public.topic&id=1660ECMolecEcol, AmNathttp://ec.europa.eu/research/science-society/index.cfm?fuseaction=public.topic&id=1660Gov0Multi-National1No2010NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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European Research Council (ERC) http://erc.europa.eu/pdf/ScC_Guidelines_Open_Access_revised_Dec07_FINAL.pdfERChttp://erc.europa.eu/pdf/ScC_Guidelines_Open_Access_revised_Dec07_FINAL.pdfGov0Multi-National1No2010Yespreferably
immediately after publication and in any case Not later than 6 months after the
date of publication.
NoThe ERC considers essential that primary data - which in the life sciences for
example could comprise data such as nucleotide/protein sequences,
macromolecular atomic coordinates and aNonymized epidemiological data -
are deposited to the relevant databases as soon as possible,
NoNoNoNoNA
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Fonds national suisse (FNS)http://www.snf.ch/E/Pages/default.aspxFNSMolecEcolhttp://www.snf.ch/E/Pages/default.aspxGov0Switzerland1No2008NoNoNoYesAppropriate repository NoNoNoNA
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Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (Vlaanderen) (FWO) http://www.fwo.be/Subsidiewijzer.aspxFWOhttp://www.fwo.be/Subsidiewijzer.aspxGov0Belgium1No2009Yes12 months from close of projectNoExpected to deposit in Open Access repositoryNoNoNoNoNA
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Health Research Board (Ireland) (HRB) http://www.hrb.ie/uploads/media/HRB_General_Terms_and_Conditions_May2010.pdfHRBhttp://www.hrb.ie/uploads/media/HRB_General_Terms_and_Conditions_May2010.pdfGov0Ireland1No2009NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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IRCSET (Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and TechNology) http://www.ircset.ie/Default.aspx?tabid=102IRCNEThttp://www.ircset.ie/Default.aspx?tabid=102Gov0Ireland1No2009NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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JAPAN SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF SCIENCEhttp://www.jsps.go.jp/english/MoleEcolhttp://www.jsps.go.jp/english/Gov0Japan3NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee) http://www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/bidguide/proj_tocgrants.aspxJISChttp://www.jisc.ac.uk/fundingopportunities/bidguide/proj_tocgrants.aspxGov0United Kingdom1Yes2009NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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LEVERHULME TRUSThttp://www.leverhulme.ac.uk/grants_awards/grants/research_project_grants/MolecEcol, AmNathttp://www.leverhulme.ac.uk/grants_awards/grants/research_project_grants/Charity 1United Kingdom1NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (MSFHR) http://www.msfhr.org/resources/public/Funding/Open_Access_to_Research_Outputs_Policy.pdfMSFHRhttp://www.msfhr.org/resources/public/Funding/Open_Access_to_Research_Outputs_Policy.pdfCharity 1Canada2No2008NoNoAdditionally, Award Recipients are Now required to deposit bioinformatics, atomic, and
molecular coordinate data, as already required by most journals, into the appropriate public
database immediately upon publication of research results.
NoNoNoNoCompliance will be monitored through annual reporting requirements. Non-compliance to this
policy may result in the termination of the award.
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National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) http://www.nhmrc.gov.au/grants/apply/programs/index.htm#policyNHMRChttp://www.nhmrc.gov.au/grants/apply/programs/index.htm#policyGov0Australia3No2010NoNoResearchers should also consider the benefits of depositing their data anpublications arising from a research project in an a subject or institution repository. repository available to a researcherNoNoNoNA
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National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)http://www.hta.ac.uk/funding/troubleshooting/index.html#hta90NIHRhttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/data_sharing/data_sharing_chart.docGov0United States2NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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National Institute of Health and Medical Researchhttp://www.nimr.mrc.ac.uk/research/http://www.nimr.mrc.ac.uk/research/Gov0United Kingdom1NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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NATIONAL NATURAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION OF CHINAhttp://www.nsfc.gov.cn/e_nsfc/desktop/zn/0104.htmMolecEcolhttp://www.nsfc.gov.cn/e_nsfc/desktop/zn/0104.htmGov0China3NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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National Research Council Canada (NRC) SysBio0Canada2NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION NSFwww.nsf.gov/pubs/gc1/jan09.pdfSysBio, AmNat, MolecEcolwww.nsf.gov/pubs/gc1/jan09.pdfGov0United States2No2009NoNoIt expects investigators to share with other researchers,
at No more than incremental cost and within a reasonable time, the data, samples,
physical collections and other supporting materials created or gathered in the course of
the work
NoNoNoNoNA
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New Zealand Marsdenhttp://marsden.rsnz.org/docs/2010_prelim_guidelines.pdfSysBiohttp://marsden.rsnz.org/docs/2010_prelim_guidelines.pdfCharity 1New Zealand3No2010NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Norwegian Research Council http://www.forskningsradet.No/en/Norwegian_research_policy/1185261825607http://www.forskningsradet.No/en/Norwegian_research_policy/1185261825607Gov0Norway1No2008NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Schweizerische Akademie der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften (SAGW) http://www.sagw.ch/en/sagw.htmlSAGWhttp://www.sagw.ch/en/sagw.htmlGov0Switzerland1No2008NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Science and TechNology Facilities Council (STFC) http://www.stfc.ac.uk/rgh/rghDisplay2.aspx?m=s&s=64STFChttp://www.stfc.ac.uk/rgh/rghDisplay2.aspx?m=s&s=64Gov0United Kingdom1NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) http://www.sfi.ie/assets/files/downloads/SFI_OA_policy_2009_v3.pdfSFIhttp://www.sfi.ie/assets/files/downloads/SFI_OA_policy_2009_v3.pdfGov0Ireland1No2009NoNoWherever possible supporting research data should be made available in an open access repository at the time of publication of the research publication. Research data includes associated metadata and supporting documentation.YesAppropriate Repository NoNoNoNA
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Stroke Association http://www.stroke.org.uk/research/apply_for_funding/research_project.htmlhttp://www.stroke.org.uk/research/apply_for_funding/research_project.htmlGov0United Kingdom1No2008NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Vetenskapsradet (Swedish Research Council)http://www.vr.se/inenglish/fromus/news/newsarchive/news2009/news2009/theswedishresearchcouncilrequiresfreeaccesstoresearchresults.5.227c330c123c73dc586800012074.htmlSWCMolecEcol, AmNat, SysBiohttp://www.vr.se/inenglish/fromus/news/newsarchive/news2009/news2009/theswedishresearchcouncilrequiresfreeaccesstoresearchresults.5.227c330c123c73dc586800012074.htmlGov0Sweden1No2009NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Centre national de la recherche scientifiquehttp://www.cnrs.fr/en/aboutCNRS/overview.htmCNRSMolecEcol, AmNathttp://www.cnrs.fr/en/aboutCNRS/overview.htmGov0France1No
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British Ecological Society http://www.britishecologicalsociety.org/grants/AmNathttp://www.britishecologicalsociety.org/grants/Society 2United Kingdom1No NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) http://www.ahrc.ac.uk/FundingOpportunities/Documents/Research%20Funding%20Guide.pdfAHRChttp://www.ahrc.ac.uk/FundingOpportunities/Documents/Research%20Funding%20Guide.pdfGov0United Kingdom2Yes2010NoNoResearch council expects researchers to take responsibility for the curation, management and exploitation of data for future useNoNoNoNoNA
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Australian Research Council (ARC) http://www.arc.gov.au/pdf/SRI08_FundingRules.pdfARCSysBio, AmNathttp://www.arc.gov.au/pdf/SRI08_FundingRules.pdfGov0Australia3Yes2010Yes6 Months of completion NoThe ARC strongly encourages researchers in ARC Centres of Excellence to consider the benefits of depositing their data and any publications arising from a research project in an appropriate subject and/or institutional repository.Yessubject or institutional repository NoNoNoMust be ackNolwedged as section in final report
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Austrian Science Fundhttp://www.fwf.ac.at/en/public_relations/oai/index.htmlhttp://www.fwf.ac.at/en/public_relations/oai/index.htmlGov0Austria1No YesResearch data collected and/or analyzed using FWF funds should (where legally possible) be made available free of charge by project leaders and workers in accordance with subject-specific standards no more than two years after the end of the project. The data should be provided in subject-specific or institutional repositories. Open access activities are to be indicated in any reports to the FWF, and grant recipients are required to provide justification in cases where the FWF's open access policy could not be observed for legal reasons.YesYesNo more than two years after the end of the projectNoResearch data collected and/or analyzed using FWF funds should (where legally possible) be made available free of charge by project leaders and workers in accordance with subject-specific standards No more than two years after the end of the project. YesThe data should be provided in subject-specific or institutional repositories.NoNoNoNA
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BiotechNology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/publications/policy/data_sharing_policy.pdfBBRSCSysBio, AmNat, MolecEcolhttp://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/publications/policy/data_sharing_policy.pdfGov0United Kingdom1YesBBSRC expects research data generated as a result of BBSRC support to be made available with as few restrictions as possible in a timely and responsible manner to the scientific community for subsequent research. Applicants should make use of existing standards for data collection and management and make data available through existing community resources or databases where possible. In line with the BBSRC Statement on Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice, data should also be retained for a period of ten years after completion of a research project.Yes2010YesTimescales for data sharing will be influenced by the nature of the data but it is expected that timely release would generally be no later than the release through publication of the main findings and should be in-line with established best practice in the field1....data should also be retained for a period of ten years after completion of a research project.Shared. All applications seeking research grant funding from BBSRC must submit a statement on data sharing. This should include concise plans for data management and sharing as part of research grant proposal or provide explicit reasons why data sharing is Not possible or appropriate. Recommends deposit of certain types of data outputsYesData should be shared using established standards and existing resources where this is possible. For Crystollography : PData arising from high volume experimentation, Low throughput data arising from long time series or cumulative approaches, Models generated using systems approachesNoYesBBSRC recognises that data sharing has time and cost implications. Funding to support the management and sharing of research data (for example staffing, physical resources such as storage and networking capability) can be requested as part of the full ecoNomic cost of a research project.Evaluation at grants close
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Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/Professors-Professeurs/FinancialAdminGuide-GuideAdminFinancier/Responsibilities-Responsabilites_eng.asp#archivingCIHRMolecEcolhttp://www.cihr.ca/e/805.htmlGov0Canada2Yes2009YesFollowing Publication or End of Grant YesGrantees must retain original data sets arising from CIHR-funded research for a minimum of five years after the end of the grantGrantees must deposit bioinformatics, atomic and molecular coordinate data into the appropriate public database immediately upon publication of research results (e.g., deposition of nucleic acid sequences into GenBank). Refer to the This link will take you to aNother Web site Annex of this policy for examples of research outputs and the corresponding publicly accessible repository or database.Yespublicly accesible repository (including the following suggestions:Research data Public database or archive
Nucleic acid sequences- GenBank
Gene expression data- Gene Expression Omnibus
Structure data- Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics (RCSB) Protein Data Bank
Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs)- The Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms Database
Molecular interaction data- See International Molecular Exchange Consortium (IMEx) partners
DNA and clinical data related to the human major histocompatibility complex (MHC) - dbMHC
Proteomics data*

* PRoteomics IDEntifications database (PRIDE)
[European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI)]
* PeptideAtlas
[Institute for Systems Biology (ISB)]
* Global Proteomics Machine (GPM)
NoNoNoGrant recipients are reminded that by accepting CIHR funds they have accepted the terms and conditions of the grant or award as set out in the Agency's policies and guidelines.2 In the event of an alleged breach of CIHR funding policy, CIHR may take steps outlined in the CIHR Procedure for Addressing Allegations of Non-compliance with Research Policies to deal with the allegation. (http://www.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/34846.html#8)
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Cancer Research UK http://science.cancerresearchuk.org/funding/terms-conditions-and-policies/policy-data-sharing/data-sharing-guidelines/index.htmhttp://science.cancerresearchuk.org/funding/terms-conditions-and-policies/policy-data-sharing/data-sharing-guidelines/index.htmCharity1United Kingdom1YesAll applicants seeking funding from Cancer Research UK will be required to submit a data sharing plan as part of their research grant proposal. If data sharing is not appropriate, applicants must include a clear explanation why. The data sharing plan will be reviewed as part of the funding decision. Funding Committees will assess the appropriateness and adequacy of the data sharing plan and provide specific feedback to applicants where necessary.

Cancer Research UK recognises that data sharing strategies will vary according to the type of data collected and thus does not specify the exact content and format of the data sharing plan. We recommend that data should be shared using established standards and existing resources where possible. The following should be considered when developing a data sharing plan:

The volume, type, content and format of the final dataset

The standards that will be utilised for data collection and management

The metadata, documentation or other supporting material that should accompany the data for it to be interpreted correctly

The method used to share data

The timescale for public release of data

The long-term preservation plan for the dataset

Whether a data sharing agreement will be required

Any reasons why there may be restrictions on data sharing, for example

Development arrangements through Cancer Research Technology including intellectual property protection and commercialisation

Proprietary Data - restrictions due to collaborations with for profit organisations International policies governing the sharing of data collected outside of the UK

Confidentiality, ethical or consent issues that may arise with the use of data involving human subjects.
Yes2009Yes12 months from close of grant or immediately after publication of results ( Full Text: Cancer Research UK expects data to be released no later than the acceptance for publication of the main findings from the final dataset (unless restrictions from third party agreements or IP protection still apply) or on a timescale in line with the procedures of the relevant research area. For example, for crystallography data there is an agreed 12-month delay between publishing the first paper on a structure and making the co-ordinates public.

With experiments carried out over an extended period of time, (e.g. population based studies), it is reasonable to expect that subsets of data analysed by the investigator(s) be made available for sharing. The investigator(s) can then continue to benefit from further reasonable periods of exclusive analysis while the dataset as a whole matures."
Yes5 years post grant ( Full Text: Once the funding for a project has ceased researchers should preserve all data resulting from that grant to ensure that data can be used for follow-up or new studies. Cancer Research UK expects that data be preserved and available for sharing with the science community for a minimum period of five years following the end of a research grant.)Lengthy Discussion of methods for sharing including the auspices of the PI, via a 3rd party service, data enclave or combination of methods. NoNoYesAs a minimum, researchers using shared data are expected to acknowledge the investigators who generated the data upon which any published findings are based. When both parties have collaborated using a shared dataset, co-authorship on publications may be more appropriate. Researchers using shared data are also expected to acknowledge Cancer Research UK for supporting the original study.No n /a
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Economic and Social Research Concilhttp://www.esrcsocietytoday.ac.uk/ESRCInfoCentre/Images/ESRC%20Research%20Funding%20Guide%20April%202010%20v2_tcm6-9734.pdfESRChttp://www.esrcsocietytoday.ac.uk/ESRCInfoCentre/Images/ESRC%20Research%20Funding%20Guide%20April%202010%20v2_tcm6-9734.pdfGov0United Kingdom1Yes2010YesThe ESRC requires all grant-holders to offer for deposit copies of both machine-readable and Non-machine-readable
qualitative data to the ESDS Qualidata unit at the UKDA within three months of the end of the grant.
NoIn particular research organisations are required to ensure that primary data from research projects is properly secured and stored, including (but Not only) the deposit of data as
required….Any applicant whose research proposal involves funds for primary data collection, or for access to existing datasets, must
establish in their application that the required data are Not already publicly available. This is to ensure that the ESRC does Not
duplicate its funding effort, for example, by funding the acquisition of part of a dataset, which is already available from the
UKDA or some other data repository.
UK Data ArchiveGovernment, Longitudinal, International and
Qualitative data
NoYesIn order to assist grant holders to deposit their data, the ESRC is prepared to allow a time period within the grant, and
adequate funding for the preparation of data for archiving. This should be specified in the application and also discussed with
the ESDS Acquisitions team at the UKDA when preparing the application.
The ESRC will withhold the final payment of a grant if any machine-readable dataset has Not been deposited to the required
standard at the UKDA within three months of the end of the grant, except where a modification or waiver of deposit
requirements has been agreed in advance.
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GeNome Canada http://www.geNomecanada.ca/medias/PDF/EN/DataReleaseandResourceSharingPolicy.pdfhttp://www.geNomecanada.ca/medias/PDF/EN/DataReleaseandResourceSharingPolicy.pdfCharity 1Canada2Yes2009YesGeNome Canada recognizes publication as a vehicle for data release, and, at a minimum,
expects data to be released and shared No later than the original publication date of the main
findings from any datasets generated by that project. For large datasets that are collected over
several discrete time periods or phases, it is reasonable to expect that the data be released in
phases as they become available or as main findings from a research phase are published.
However, at the conclusion of a project, all data must be released without restriction.
NoGeNome Canada expects researchers to share data and resources as rapidly as possible.
Where the goal of the project is to produce data or resources for the wider scientific community
the project must follow the data release and resource sharing principles of a “Community
Resource Project”
Yesrecommends numerous sites based on datatypeNoNoNoNA
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Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation (GBMF) http://www.moore.org/docs/GBMF_Data%20Sharing%20Philosophy%20and%20Plan.pdfGBMFhttp://www.moore.org/docs/GBMF_Data%20Sharing%20Philosophy%20and%20Plan.pdfCharity1United States2Yes2009NoNoAll data used in or developed in whole or in part by GBMF funded projects (and that can be
shared in a manner consistent with applicable laws) will be made widely available and freely
shared as soon as possiblei. If data used in GBMF-funded projects are owned by an
additional party other than the grantee, GBMF does Not require it to be released, but the
grantee will use its best efforts to encourage the data owners to make it openly and freely
available.
NoNoNoYesGBMF supports grant funding for costs associated with data sharing and open access
publication of scientific findings, where appropriate.
GBMF and prospective grantees will jointly develop a Data Management and Sharing Plan
prior to the finalization of a grant agreement.
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Higher Education Authority (HEA) http://www.hea.ie/files/files/file/Open%20Access%20pdf_.pdfHEAhttp://www.hea.ie/files/files/file/Open%20Access%20pdf_.pdfGov0Ireland1Yes2009Yesas soon as appropriateNoData in general should
as far as is feasible be made openly accessible, in keeping with best
practice for reproducibility of scientific results.
NoNoNoNoNA
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MacArthur Foundation (John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation) http://www.macfound.org/site/c.lkLXJ8MQKrH/b.4804425/k.6FE5/Intellectual_Property.htmhttp://www.macfound.org/site/c.lkLXJ8MQKrH/b.4804425/k.6FE5/Intellectual_Property.htmCharity1United States2Yes2009YesAs soon as possibleNoThe Foundation encourages openness in research and freedom of access to underlying data by persons with a serious interest in the research. Grantees are also encouraged to explore opportunities to use existing and emerging internet distribution models and, when appropriate, open access journals, Creative Commons license or similar mechanisms that result in broad access for the interested field and public.NoNoNoNoNA
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Medical Research Council (MRC) http://www.mrc.ac.uk/Ourresearch/Ethicsresearchguidance/Datasharinginitiative/Policy/index.htmMRChttp://www.mrc.ac.uk/Ourresearch/Ethicsresearchguidance/Datasharinginitiative/Policy/index.htmGov0United Kingdom1Yes2006YesA limited, defined period of exclusive use of data for primary research is reasonable, according to the nature and value of the data and the way they are generated and used. Ongoing research contributing to the completion of datasets must Not be compromised by premature or opportunistic sharing and analysis. Sharing should always take account of enhancing the long-term value of the data.NoData arising from MRC-funded research must be properly curated throughout its life-cycle and released with the appropriate high-quality metadata. This is the responsibility of the data custodians, who are usually those individuals or institutes that received MRC funding to create or collect the data..... The level of detail given in the strategy statement should reflect the nature, scale and cost of this aspect of the proposal. It must be succinct and include a summary of:

* Type(s) of qualitative or quantitative data that will be generated e.g. interview transcripts, questionnaires, experimental measurements, recordings and images.
* Further intended and/or foreseeable research uses for the completed dataset(s).
* Plans for preparing and documenting data for preservation for sharing.



Applicants requesting funds to extend existing data sets should also explain:

* The distinctive added value that the new data would provide in relation to existing studies, databases or datasets in the same field.
* How sharing the data would provide opportunities for coordination or collaboration.
NoNoNoNoNA
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National Institutes of Health (NIH) http://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/data_sharing/data_sharing_guidance.htmSysBio, MolecEcolhttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/data_sharing/data_sharing_guidance.htmGov0United States2Yes2003YesRecognizing that the value of data often depends on their timeliness, data sharing should occur in a timely fashion. NIH expects the timely release and sharing of data to be No later than the acceptance for publication of the main findings from the final dataset.NoData must be shared for grants over $500k Appropriate repositoryNoNoNoNA
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Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) NERcSysBio, MolecEcolGov0United Kingdom1Yes2006YesAs soon as possibleNoTo support access to environmental data the NERC Data Policy requires that award holders offer a copy of any dataset resulting from NERC-funded activities to its data centresNERC Data CenterEnvironmental data from project outputsNoNoNA
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Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canadahttp://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/NSERC-CRSNG/Policies-Politiques/ip-pi_eng.aspSysBio, MolecEcolhttp://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/NSERC-CRSNG/Policies-Politiques/ip-pi_eng.aspGov0Canada2Yes2010NoNoNoNoNoNoNoNA
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Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) http://www.oicr.on.ca/Grants/November2008PolicyGuidelines.pdfOICRhttp://www.oicr.on.ca/Grants/November2008PolicyGuidelines.pdfGov0Canada2Yes2009YesAs soon as possibleYesMinimum of 5 years from close of grant- applies to all data, Not just that associated with publications. OICR will require research support reipients to deposit bionformatics, atomic, molecular , cordinate data and source code for software into the appropriate public database. YesAppropriate public database. NoNoNoNA
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Wellcome Trust http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/About-us/Policy/Policy-and-position-statements/WTX035043.htmhttp://www.wellcome.ac.uk/About-us/Policy/Policy-and-position-statements/WTX035043.htmCharity1United Kingdom1Yes2007NoNoNoNoNoYesIn recognition of the contribution of the researchers and teams generating data, the Trust expects all users of data to ackNowledge the sources of their data and abide by the terms and conditions under which they accessed the original data.NoNA
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