Slamet Riyanto, Hendro Subagyo, Ekawati Marlina, Yaniasih Yaniasih, Hermin Triasih


Scientific data repository has a main role in science because data can be reused, reproduced, and preserved in a long time. In Indonesia there is no institution that manage scientific data repository, generally they only manage publication such as books, journals and proceedings. This is because, most of research data is still managed by a researcher or research group. By using literature study and survey to the journal publisher, authors want to get an information on how to manage research data by publications. Furthermore, the result of literature study is compared to the survey result that produces an important point i.e  journal publisher strongly agree to make a policy to the author to attach research data in every paper submitted. Most of journal publisher use Open Journal System (OJS) in managing journal articles, start from paper acceptance until paper publishing. Through this way, research data that attached will be automatically stored to the scientific data repository system based on Application Programming Interface (API).


Data repository; Research data management; Research data lifecycle; Scientific data; Publishing

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