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title: Approriate reuse
parent: Can I share my data?
grand_parent: Open Data
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# Appropriate reuse
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What steps can you take to ensure your data is reused appropriately?
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![cani-reuse](../../../img/img-cani-reuse.png)

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#### Access restrictions

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 <summary><html><body><i class="fas fa-check-circle"></i></body></html> <b>Can you create a "reviewer only" link to shared material?</b></summary><br>

 In some cases you may wish to make your data available only to a reviewer before making it available for wider release. Is this possible with your intended repository?
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 <summary><html><body><i class="fas fa-check-circle"></i></body></html> <b>Can you restrict access to bonafide researchers only?</b></summary><br>

 Given a the need for responsible reuse of your data, it may be wise to restrict re-use to those individuals who are likely to have a genuine research interest. Can your intended repository restrict access to allow only bonafide researchers, for example by institutional email verification, or an <a href="https://orcid.org">ORCID ID</a>?
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#### Your acknowledgement

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 <summary><html><body><i class="fas fa-check-circle"></i></body></html> <b>Can you create a doi for your data?</b></summary><br>

 Does the tool you are using to share your data allow you to create a citable digital object identifier (doi) for the exact version of your data you are sharing? This doi can be used by others to reference your data.
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 <summary><html><body><i class="fas fa-check-circle"></i></body></html> <b>Can you select a license which requires attribution?</b></summary><br>

 Your data is a significant intellectual output, and you deserve to be recognised for it if your output is reused. We recommend using a repository where you can apply a license for reuse which necessitates attribution, for example <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/">CC-BY-4.0</a>. You may additionally like to apply a license which restricts commercial use (for example <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/legalcode">CC-BY-NC-4.0</a>), allowing commercial use to be negotiated by the University.
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#### Customising your Data Usage Agreement (DUA)

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  <summary><html><body><i class="fas fa-check-circle"></i></body></html> <b>Would you like to impose requirements for authorship?</b></summary><br>

  You may wish to stipulate that you are contacted to discuss authorship and further contributions if your data are reused. Alternatively you may wish to stipulate that you are not included as an author on any reuse of the data. Is it possible to impose such requirements with your intended repository?
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  <summary><html><body><i class="fas fa-check-circle"></i></body></html> <b>Would you like to impose restrictions on resharing?</b></summary><br>

  You may wish to stipulate that users of your data do not share it any further once they have acquired a copy. Is it possible to impose this requirement with your intended repository?
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  <summary><html><body><i class="fas fa-check-circle"></i></body></html> <b>Would you like to explicitly prohibit attempts to reidentify participants in your data?</b></summary><br>

  Given that many types of imaging can not be made fully anonymous, it may be wise to include an additional legal restriction which explicitly prohibits attempts to re-identify your participants, for example via linkage to other public sphere or experimental data. Is it possible to impose such requirements with your intended repository?
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  <summary><html><body><i class="fas fa-exclamation-triangle"></i></body></html> <b>Do you need to add any funder requirements in the reuse of your data?</b></summary><br>

  Some funders may require acknowledgement in perpetuity for data generated with their funds. Is it possible to impose such requirements with your intended repository?
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