Recent uploads

April 24, 2018 (v1) Dataset Open Access

Airgun-ocean bottom seismometer survey dataset

Azuma, Ryosuke; Hino, Ryota; Ohta, Yusaku; Ito, Yoshihiro; Mochizuki, Kimihiro; Uehara, Kenji; Murai, Yoshio; Sato, Toshinori; Takanami, Tetsuo; Shinohara, Masanao; Kanazawa, Toshihiko

April 15, 2018 (vv1.1.0rc1) Software Open Access

scipy/scipy: Scipy 1.1.0rc1

Pauli Virtanen; Ralf Gommers; Evgeni Burovski; Travis E. Oliphant; David Cournapeau; Warren Weckesser; alexbrc; Pearu Peterson; endolith; Stefan van der Walt; Nikolay Mayorov; Josh Wilson; Denis Laxalde; Matthew Brett; Jarrod Millman; Lars; eric-jones; Andrew Nelson; Robert Kern; Eric Moore; Tim Leslie; Josef Perktold; CJ Carey; Yu Feng; Jake Vanderplas; Matt Haberland; cowlicks; Eric Larson; Ilhan Polat; Tyler Reddy

9 more version(s) exist for this record

July 31, 2017 (v2) Dataset Open Access

Binary black-hole surrogate waveform catalog

Scott E. Field; Chad R. Galley; Jan S. Hesthaven; Jason Kaye; Manuel Tiglio; Jonathan Blackman; Béla Szilágyi; Mark A. Scheel; Daniel A. Hemberger; Patricia Schmidt; Rory Smith; Christian D. Ott; Michael Boyle; Lawrence E. Kidder; Harald P. Pfeiffer

1 more version(s) exist for this record


Zenodo now supports DOI versioning!

Read more about it, in our newest blog post.

Using GitHub?

Just Log in with your GitHub account and click here to start preserving your repositories.

Zenodo in a nutshell

  • Research. Shared. — all research outputs from across all fields of research are welcome! Sciences and Humanities, really!
  • Citeable. Discoverable. — uploads gets a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to make them easily and uniquely citeable.
  • Communities — create and curate your own community for a workshop, project, department, journal, into which you can accept or reject uploads. Your own complete digital repository!
  • Funding — identify grants, integrated in reporting lines for research funded by the European Commission via OpenAIRE.
  • Flexible licensing — because not everything is under Creative Commons.
  • Safe — your research output is stored safely for the future in the same cloud infrastructure as CERN's own LHC research data.

Read more about Zenodo and its features.