Zenodo

Definition: An open science repository where researchers can deposit research papers, reports, data sets, research software, and any other research-related digital artifacts. Zenodo creates a persistent digital object identifier (DOI) for each submission to make it citable. This platform was developed under the European OpenAIRE program and operated by CERN.

Related terms: <a href='/glossary/doi-digital-object-identifier/'>DOI (digital object identifier)</a>, figshare, <a href='/glossary/open-data/'>Open data</a>, <a href='/glossary/open-science-framework/'>Open Science Framework</a>, <a href='/glossary/preprint/'>Preprint</a>

Reference: www.zenodo.org

Drafted and Reviewed by: Ali H. Al-Hoorie, Sara Middleton

Note that we are currently working on an automated mechanism to link references cited above with their full-length version that can be found at https://forrt.org/glossary/references with all references used so far.