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Open access materials data in NOMAD

The NOMAD (Novel Materials Discovery) Repository and Archive is a repository specialized in materials science. It distributes both raw and processed data under a Creative Commons license.
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  • NOMAD has a specific metadata standard developed particularly for computational sciences
  • NOMAD has a well-developed interface suitable and understandable for materials scientists
  • NOMAD has an open search interface that does not require users to register or log in
  • Creating an account enables uploading your own data
  • Upon uploading, the system automatically extracts metadata from the input and output data
  • Embargo period can be set to up to three years, the data is guaranteed to be stored for at least ten years
  • Persistent identifiers (DOI, Digital Object Identifier) are assigned for the data

NOMAD was developed in international collaboration including CSC and is hosted by the Max Planck Computer & Data Facility.

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https://www.csc.fi/en/-/nomad-tarjoaa-avointa-materiaalitieteen-dataa

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