New milestone: 150.000 datasets available

13 October 2020

RAAP, a research and consultancy agency for archaeological and landscape heritage, has recently increased the number of datasets available via DANS to 150,000.

Peter de Bruijn, archivist at RAAP: “RAAP not only conducts a lot of archaeological and cultural-historical research, but we also strive to involve society in the implementation and results of that research. That’s why we share our data via DANS as soon as possible.”

DANS currently provides access to 150,000 datasets, of which 91,000 are publicly available. The datasets come from the humanities, health sciences, social and behavioral sciences and life sciences. Research data can be shared with others via DANS, enabling sustainable access and the possibility to reuse of research data.

The RAAP dataset can be found trough the Persistent Identifier DOI: 10.17026/dans-xkp-hxkd.

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For questions and reactions regarding sharing data, please contact Hella Hollander, head data archive at DANS.

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