Calls for papers

Highlight your research and enhance its visibility to your field and community by submitting a data descriptor to one of our Collections.

  • Chemistry data from simulations

    This Collection presents a series of articles describing annotated datasets of theoretical chemistry datasets.
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      Submission status: Open Deadline: 31 July 2024
    • Remote sensing data for changes in land use

      This Collection comprises a series of articles presenting data on changes to land use in urban areas, farmland, forests, and natural environments, as determined using remote sensing techniques.
      • Jinwei Dong
      • Gregory Giuliani
      • Yuyu Zhou
      Collection
      Submission status: Open Deadline: 30 April 2024
    • Meteorology and hydroclimate observations and models

      This Collection presents a series of articles describing hydroclimate datasets, including data sourced from remote sensing, primary measurements or theoretical models. Datasets are presented without analyses in order to support policy development and further research, with Data Descriptors providing full details of data sources, modelling, and any associated code.
      • Nans Addor
      • Darren L. Ficklin
      • Ben Livneh
      • Juliane Mai
      Collection
      Submission status: Open Deadline: 15 March 2024
    • Medical imaging data for digital diagnostics

      This Collection presents a series of articles describing annotated datasets of medical images and video. All medical specialities are considered and data can be derived from study participants, tissue samples, electronic health records (EHRs) or other sources.
      • Simon J Doran
      • Alba García Seco de Herrera
      • Lena Maier-Hein
      • Henning Müller
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      Submission status: Open Deadline: 20 March 2024
    • Data from the MOSAiC Arctic Ocean drift experiment

      The MOSAiC Data Legacy is a principal result of the multi-national year-round research activity in the Arctic. This collection describes the main achievements in terms of publicly available research data. Furthermore, it highlights the data management principles and data policy as a milestone in pushing scientific collaboration in a huge international research project consortium in Earth System Sciences to reality.
      • Stephan Frickenhaus, PhD
      • Kirstin Schulz, PhD
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      Submission status: Open