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Data in Brief

Title Abbreviation
Data in brief
Electronic ISSN
Therapeutic Area
Data Scientists
Data in Brief is a multidisciplinary, open access, peer-reviewed journal, which mainly publishes short, digestible data articles that describe and provide access to research data. In addition, it publishes review and perspective articles that elaborate on data sharing practices, and letters to editors that comment on datasets previously published in Data in Brief. Data in Brief contributes contributes to open science and improves reproducibility by making data and the associated research more discoverable, opening doors for collaboration, and reducing duplication of effort. Data in Brief supports the FAIR Data Principles, which state that research data should be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. Therefore, the mission of Data in Brief is to make research data accessible, discoverable, citable, comprehensible, reviewed, reproducible and reusable. The journal welcomes submissions from all subject areas. Submissions regarding data from preliminary research, replication studies, proof of concept research, and negative results are also welcome.
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Publisher Name
Elsevier B.V.
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