Supplemental Materials Example

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Description: This project demonstrates how the OSF can be used to publish supporting materials and research objects in a way that is durable and easy to cite. This structure works equally well for an active research project or one where you have completed all the work and are just looking for a way to make your supplemental materials public.

License: CC0 1.0 Universal

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  • Data

    Your data might be anything from text files of survey results or audio recordings of interviews, to collections of video files or full AI training set...

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  • Materials

    With the OSF you can privately share materials and protocols with your team during research and easily publish them at study's end.

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  • Analysis Scripts

    The OSF is built to integrate with other popular file storage and development tools so, however you develop your analysis scripts, you can include the...

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