IEEE is pleased to introduce a new IEEE data repository
service called IEEE
DataPort. We listened to our TAB Society members over the past few years
who recognized the growing needs for dataset storage and the importance of
being able to access datasets to support research and technology advancement.
After gathering input from IEEE members and performing further research, IEEE
DataPort was developed and is now LIVE and ready for use by all society
IEEE DataPort provides many benefits to IEEE society
members beyond what other data repository services can offer. To learn more
about the valuable capabilities of IEEE DataPort and the key features
that set IEEE DataPort apart from other data repositories, go to
IEEE DataPort is ramping up quickly with new users
and new datasets. Go to the IEEE DataPort site
https://ieee-dataport.org) and view the valuable capabilities it
Three valuable services are offered to you:
- Uploading Datasets: IEEE DataPort offers any logged in user
the ability to upload a standard dataset up to 2TB at no cost
("standard" simply means the dataset does not have Open Access
requirements). Get a persistent Digital Object Identifier
(DOI) for your dataset and ensure that it will be accessible long-term.
In addition, for a limited time, we are offering coupon OpenAccess1 if
you need to upload an Open Access dataset and make it available to the
- Access Datasets: Any user can view the metadata for all of the IEEE
DataPort datasets and, for a limited time, we are offering you the
opportunity to become an IEEE DataPort Subscriber at no cost which will
give you direct access to all of the IEEE DataPort dataset files (use
coupon code Dataport1). Dataset files can be downloaded or accessed
directly in Amazon Web Services S3 storage.
- Host a Data Competition: Any IEEE Society member can host a Data
Competition on IEEE DataPort and for a limited time this capability is
available at no cost. The site enables efficient management of the
competition (establish time period, manage users, etc.) and the ability
to have participants submit analysis results directly into IEEE DataPort
for easy assessment and review.
We welcome your usage of IEEE DataPort and believe that
IEEE DataPort will be a valuable data repository that will meet your needs
and the needs of all society members now and into the future. We welcome
your feedback. If you have any questions or would like more information
or a demonstration of IEEE DataPort, please contact Melissa Handa at firstname.lastname@example.org.