PLoS Biology, a peer-reviewed open access journal, has announced a partnership with Dryad, an international repository of data underlying peer-reviewed articles in the biosciences. The goal of this initiative is to help PLoS authors make their data re-useable and accessible by providing a home for data linked to publications, as described on the PLoS Biology blog.
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