Who can submit?
The work must be produced, submitted, or sponsored by a valid University of Illinois at Chicago faculty members, researchers, staff, or student.
Copyright Requirements for Submission:
INDIGO is a place to make all your research data and other scholarly outputs citable, shareable, and discoverable. It’s a place to share your supplementary research to make them first class outputs. Share both positive and negative results and get credit for all your research.
A few important things about INDIGO:
Your research is assigned a DOI. This means you can cite it as a research output alongside your paper or as a freestanding piece of data.
INDIGO complies with funder mandates around making data openly accessible and stored in perpetuity.
To Log in:
To upload your materials:
There are a number of reasons why you may want to conditionally upload your files:
How to Upload a Confidential File
How to Upload an Embargoed File
Projects are collaborative spaces used for ongoing work. Upload materials that are in progress and allow project users and collaborators to view this content and make comments. Projects can be use for collaboration spaces for grants or working with collaborators from outside UIC.
See: How to use project and collaborate on INDIGO (instructions provided by Figshare).
Collections are ways of collating materials that bring it together under a theme. They can be either private or public, and can be assigned a DOI. This user guide will walk you through the process of using collections, adding materials to collections, and how to publish a collection.
See: How to use Collections (instructions provided by Figshare).