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|Dryad||Non-profit repository allowing a total storage space of 50GB for US$120.|
|Figshare||Commercial repository allowing a total storage space of 20GB for free.|
|Open ICPSR||Accepts social and behavioural science research data. Different levels of curation services (from none to complete) are offered at varying prices.|
|OSF||Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free and open source project management repository that supports researchers across their entire project lifecycle.|
|Zenodo||A multidisciplinary platform hosted by CERN. Accepts all research outputs from all fields of science.|
For even more options try searching re3data.org, the Registry of Research Data Repositories.
Some journals and publishers require researchers make the data associated with their papers publicly available to facilitate verification and replication of results. They may have a list of recommended repositories or may require you to deposit to a specific repository.
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SpringerNature: recommended repositories
Often, data sharing policies can be found in the "Instructions for Authors" or "Author Guidelines."
Some examples of data-sharing policies are below: