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Data Availability Statement

Introduction

The data availability statement is part of the back matter of a manuscript. The back matter usually also contains information on conflicts of interest, author information, acknowledgements and the references.

The data availability statement enables linking of the manuscript to the corresponding FAIR dataset in research data repositories via DOIs, alternatively using the repository-specific identifiers or accession numbers.

Templates for Data Availability Statements

Data in a publicly accessible repository with DOI

The data generated and analysed during this study are openly available in [repository name] at [DOI as URL].

Data will be available in a public repository with DOI following an embargo from the date of publication

The data generated and analysed during this study will be openly available in [repository name] at [DOI as URL] following an embargo from the date of publication.

Data derived from public domain resources

The data used for/in this study are openly available in [repository name] at [DOI as URL]. The data were derived from sources available in the public domain [list of resources].

Dataset owned by a third party and restrictions apply to availability

The data analysed in this study were provided by [third party] under licence/by permission and are not publicly available. Data are available upon request to [third party, including contact information].

Data available on request to a Data Access Committee due to restrictions by ethical reasons and legal or privacy regulations

The data generated and analysed in this study are not openly available due to [reasons, including explanation]. The data are available in [repository] on request to a Data Access Committee [link to access information].

Data sharing is not applicable, as no new data is generated.

Data sharing is not applicable, as no new data was generated or analysed in this study.

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