ResearchBox offers an easy way to share and access scientific content, such as data, code, pre-registrations, and study materials. Uploaded files are organized into “Bingo Tables” that allow readers to easily find & access available files (e.g., researchbox.org/17). Among many features, ResearchBox provides:
Codebooks for every dataset
Integration with AsPredicted.org
HOW PUBLIC ARE BOXES?
New boxes are private & designed for peer-review.
Files are not findable via search.
Links to files include easy-to-change passcodes.
Authors' identities are hidden.
When published, all is public & findable.
Search datasets (e.g., by variable description)
Search code (e.g., by function or R Package used).
Search boxes (e.g., by journal or author).
HOW PERMANENT ARE FILES?
Before a box is public, all files can be changed.
After a box is public, all files are permanent.
Before or after a box is public, authors can write a 'Dear Reader' note, an always editable document containing any information that might be helpful to readers, such as links to external files, corrections, or comments on existing files.
Every file is backed up in physically remote servers.
Public boxes are backed up as self-contained zipped files saved on a separate server and on archive.org