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Currently, there are no engineering-specific repositories registered to DataONE. It seems like you found the list of current Member Nodes / repositories on the DataONE website.

If you haven't already visited the contribute data page, it explains a bit about finding the appropriate Member Node (repository). I think for your engineering data the Data-Up / ONEShare node is the one option that might work for your data.

Regarding setting up your own Member Node, it does require a longer-term commitment of resources to keep the server maintained and online, but if you are interested, please see the overview pages on the same site.

Currently, there are no engineering-specific repositories registered to DataONE. DataONE.

It seems like you already found the list of current Member Nodes / repositories on the DataONE website.

If you haven't already visited the contribute data page, it explains a bit about finding the appropriate Member Node (repository). I think for your engineering data the Data-Up / ONEShare node is the one option that might work for your data.data if you want to use an existing repository. Information about that node and how to contact the administrators can be found on their summary sheet. DataUp also has their own home page here.

Regarding setting up your own Member Node, it does require a longer-term commitment of resources to keep the server maintained and online, but if you are interested, please see the overview pagesMember Node section on of the same DataONE site.

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Currently, there are no engineering-specific repositories registered to DataONE.

It seems like you already found the list of current Member Nodes / repositories on the DataONE website. If you haven't already visited the contribute data page, it explains a bit about finding the appropriate Member Node (repository). I think for your engineering data the Data-Up / ONEShare node is the one option that might work for your data if you want to use an existing repository. Information about that node and how to contact the administrators can be found on their summary sheet. DataUp also has their own home page here.

Regarding setting up your own Member Node, it does require a longer-term commitment of resources to keep the server maintained and online, but if you are interested, please see the Member Node section of the DataONE site.

ADDITIONAL THOUGHTS: DataONE is looking to expand it's range of domains, so if you think hosting a repository is possible, or can suggest a repository (such as NEES.org) that you think would be a good addition to DataONE, please contact DataONE at http://www.dataone.org/contact.