Sharing your data with Figshare
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Step by step, we ask that you first review Physiological Reports’ data sharing policy on the journal’s home page. Secondly, submit your data by choosing “data files” from the drop-down menu during the file upload step in the submission process. If your article is accepted for publication, your data files will automatically be deposited into the journal’s Figshare data repository. On publication your data is made publicly available under a Creative Commons license on Figshare.
In terms of viewing your data, your article appears on Figshare, with links back to your article on Wiley Online Library (WOL), and your published article on WOL has a link to the data on Figshare. The data that is stored on Figshare is given its own DOI and is citable.
The Physiological Reports’ team hopes that the discoverability of your article will be increased as a result, and we’d love to hear from you if this is the case.
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