RADAR is a research data repository that delivers a comprehensive archival and publication service to institutions and researchers. RADAR provides long term value and secure storage for safeguarding and managing research data resulting from completed research projects.
RADAR offers format-independent preservation services to store data in compliance with specified long-term storage periods.
·RADAR is designed and delivered by the research community for the research community.
·Our services provide your institution with a simple way to securely store, share and manage the research data outputs from your organisation in compliance with German and European legislation.
·To assist your organisation with reporting, RADAR administrators can use metrics including view and download statistics.
·Using quotas RADAR allows you to plan ahead and manage the costs involved in archiving and publishing your data.
How we support researchers
·To maximise the impact of your research RADAR supports researchers to organise, publish, cite, find, share and securely archive their research data.
·With RADAR you can link your research data to your publications. Using a secure URL, you can share your research data with an editor or reviewer responsible for a corresponding manuscript submission before publication.
·Research data are a valuable resource that may have a significant value beyond the usage of the original research. With RADAR you can control which parts of your research data are public or private.
·When you publish data, you should provide licence information to tell other users how they may use your data. You can choose what licence to apply to your data in RADAR.
We understand that the reserach community are really busy. RADAR is here to help you archive and publish your research data with as little effort as possible.
We preserve your research data bit for bit, for decades. No matter which format you use or how you organise your data.
Peer Review Link
Share your datasets with reviewers then disable the link
Explain how your data was created to ensure that it can be understood in the future.