This Digital Research Materials series is a place for WUSTL affiliates, including faculty, students, and affiliated researchers, to share and publish digital data and supplemental files for long-term access and future use. While some academic disciplines have established research data repositories, many fields of research do not have easily available options for archiving and online access.
Benefits include:
  • Flexible Access Options: Make your data immediately accessible to all, or moderate access to your data upon request.
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  • Meet Grant Requirements: Comply with federal mandates for data management planning (DMP) and sharing (see a list on our Data Management Research Guide).
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To get started, determine if your data are ready to upload by reviewing the Policies and Submission Guidelines. If you need help, contact your subject librarian or use the tools available on our Data Management Research Guide. Once you are ready, sign-in and begin uploading your data to the Data Collection. A data curator will email you with any questions about your upload and next steps within two working days.

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Submissions from 2019

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Complex symbiosis involving within species variation in the response of Dictyostelium amoebae to Burkholderia bacteria dataset, Joan Strassmann, Susanne DiSalvo, David C. Queller, and Debra A. Brock

Submissions from 2018

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Children’s third-party understanding of communicative interactions in a foreign language DataSet, Narges Afshordi, Kathleen R. Sullivan, and Lori Markson

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Data Integration Benchmark Suite v1, Anthony M. Cabrera, Clayton Faber, Kyle Cepeda, Robert Deber, Cooper Epstein, Jason Zheng, Ron K. Cytron, and Roger Chamberlain

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Meta-analytic techniques reveal that corvid causal reasoning in Aesop’s Fables tasks is driven by trial-and-error learning
 DataSet, Laura Hennefield, Hyesung G. Hwang, Sara J. Weston, and Daniel J. Povinelli

Submissions from 2017

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Aerial Imagery of Cahokia Mounds - March 2017, Alex Bradley and Bill Winston

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Data and ArcPython script for Pastoralist Participation (PastPart) Model, Michael Frachetti

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Four-year-old Children Align their Preferences with those of their Peers DataSet, Laura Hennefield and Lori Markson

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Retrotransposons are the major contributors to the expansion of the Drosophila ananassae Muller F element, Wilson Leung, Sarah C.R. Elgin, and http://gep.wustl.edu

Submissions from 2016

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Datasets for “Drosophila Muller F Elements Maintain a Distinct Set of Genomic Properties Over 40 Million Years of Evolution”, Wilson Leung

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Dataset for Figure 1: Mechanisms of non-Covalent Subunit Regulation of Nav Channel Gating and Pharmacology, Wendy Zhu and Jonathan Silva