The DDRS was developed from a humanities perspective to help researchers find suitable repositories that match the technical and legal requirements of their specific research project. The service also acts as a technical demonstrator for illustrating the potential of existing infrastructures for re-use.

The documentation and the code of this project can be found in the DARIAH GitHub repository:

More information: Buddenbohm, S., de Jong, M., Minel, JL. et al. Find research data repositories for the humanities – the data deposit recommendation service. Int J Digit Humanities 1, 343–362 (2021).


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