Astronomy's Dataverse

Astronomers use, peruse and produce vast amounts of scientific data. Making these data publicly available is important because it supports the reproducibility of results, and ensures their long term preservation and reuse. While raw astronomical data are normally stored and made public available via large-scale archives, reduced data are often left out entirely from both astronomical archives and related publications.

We are adapting the Dataverse, an open data archive hosted by Harvard University and managed by the Institute for Quantitative Social Science (IQSS), as a project-based repository for the storage, access, and citation of reduced astronomical data. 

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