malexmave
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Where to upload/publish gigabytes of experiment data
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You could also use Zenodo, which I personally prefer over Figshare since it is an open platform run by a scientific institution (the CERN) instead of a for-profit (compare the privacy policies of ...

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Posting previously published content on Arxiv
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Take a look at the copyright agreement you signed when you published the paper. It usually states under which conditions uploading the paper to other repositories is acceptable. Usually, you are only ...

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Has anything changed about the "default" arXiv perpetual license?
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The ArXiv default license has not changed (as can be seen in the version history on the license page, and by comparing its text using the internet archive wayback machine to jump back to 2012). The ...

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Can I make a case for authorship if I spend two weeks running a series of repetitive experiments for my PI?
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In addition to the answer provided by user2860703, you may also need to consider the policies of your university. In germany, almost all universities follow the recommendations of the DFG (German ...

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Which arXiv license to use for archiving an ACM CSUR journal?
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Unless you pay for author-pays Open Access, the only license that does not conflict with the ACM authors agreement is the nonexclusive distribution license. Depending on when you signed your copyright ...

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Preprint services other than arXiv (for other fields)
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If your purpose is only to have an openly available version of your paper that you can link to (and that people can find using Google Scholar), you can also upload it to your institutional or personal ...

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How to create incentive for students to take surveys?
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At my university, there are standardized surveys for this kind of thing that are run by the student association. They contain both general satisfaction grades (on a scale from 1 to 6) in different ...

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