Sarah C. Williams
Life Sciences Data Services Librarian
May 1, 2013
Dryad, a repository for data underlying scientific and medical literature, went live with a redesigned website last month. The new site includes an Integrated Journals page, which shows the journals that coordinate the submission process with Dryad and includes information about when to submit, whether a data embargo is allowed, and whether metadata is hidden until publication. The Terms of Service are also prominently placed.
Dryad also announced that submission fees will be introduced in September 2013. The Pricing Plans and Submission Fees page details the pricing plan options.