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The Premium tier provides you with guidelines on many of the key issues surrounding data preparation as well as personalized assistance to better outlining your own challenges throughout the research lifecycle. Dedicated support and training specifically address the preservation, access, and use of your data, including writing data management plans, organizing and documenting data, formatting data, and archiving and sharing data.



We've simplified the creation of archives and enabled you to easily control and share your data across a variety of academic disciplines for a better, reproducible, transparent and open science


Assemble different archives within a collection to facilitate their discovery

Extended preservation duration

Ensure the long-term accessibility and preservation of your data by extending its retention for a longer period of time

Advanced features

Use optional features to improve the management and sharing of your research data beyond the FAIR-informed service that OLOS provides by default

Advanced support

Learn more about the advanced features through a community resource

Practical guidance on data management practices

Learn best practices for the management, publishing and preservation of your data files to allow for future use, by yourself or others

Data stewardship consultation

Get support with your research data management needs: contact us to schedule a consultation as you plan your research project or prepare your data for deposit

Complimentary DMP review

Get support with your Data Management Plan (DMP) and submit it for review


Collaborate directly with us to:
  • Better select and organize your data
  • Better describe your data to facilitate future use
  • Integrate with existing infrastructure, equipment, tools or monitoring systems
  • Publish your data and metadata directly onto dedicated (web- or image-based) servers
  • Define your long-term preservation strategy in relation to recommended formats, licenses, policies, sensitive data, consent, confidentiality, uncertainty about how much data to keep, standards and practices in your research field, citation, etc.
  • Document your plan for the management of your data (creation, collection, documentation, description, sharing and preservation)