The DataHub provides a platform to collect and disseminate data collections that support published scientific work, including all data sets, analysis tools, and protocols. Documenting, storing, and sharing scientific data sets are integral parts of the scientific process. The DataHub provides a way for the research community to validate the results of researchers' publications by providing access to the underlying data sets, accompanying tools and documentation. Datahub is supported by the University of Chicago and funded by the National Science Foundation.
The Yale University Open Data Access (YODA) Project at the Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation advocates for the responsible sharing of clinical research data. The Project is committed to open science and data transparency, and supports research attempting to produce concrete benefits to patients, the medical community, and society as a whole. Through experience and input from the public and stakeholders, the YODA Project has iteratively developed a model to make data available to researchers in a sustainable way, in which data sharing becomes a part of the clinical research enterprise of the future. The mission of the YODA Project is to not only increase access to clinical research data, but to promote its use to generate new knowledge.