Request for community partnership

Because the lack of hassle-free legal integration and redistribution of data is a fundamental barrier in science, the community wrote to the NIH Scientific Data Council to ask for partnership in helping to solve this issue. If you would like to sign the letter, please do so here.


To make a formal request, add a resource, create a pull request for an edit, or for general questions please use our issue tracker.

For more general discussion about the issues surrounding (re)usable data, please feel free to join our Google Group.


The (Re)usable Data Project and reusabledata.org was developed as part of the NCATS Biomedical Data Translator and the Monarch Initiative, where the reuse and free redistribution of publicly available data for disease discovery was burdensome. The (Re)usable Data Project was created to help others navigate the legal synthesis and redistribution of public data and to help data providers make it easier for others to use and reuse their data.

We are grateful to the many original sources of our data for allowing their integration.


Current information on contributing new resources or updating already evaluated ones can be found at here.


  • Seth Carbon, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Robin Champieux, Oregon Health & Science University
  • Melissa Haendel, Oregon State University; Oregon Health & Science University
  • Julie McMurry, Oregon State University
  • Lilly Winfree, Oregon Health & Science University
  • Letisha Wyatt, Oregon Health & Science University

Citation policy

For the time being, if you wish to cite the (Re)usable Data Project, please use the following:

The Reusable Data Project. reusabledata.org accessed, source code and data at https://github.com/reusabledata/reusabledata

All copyrightable materials on this site are © 2017 the (Re)usable Data Project under the CC-BY 4.0 license.
ReusableData.org is funded by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) OT3 TR002019 as part of the Biomedical Data Translator project.
The (Re)usable Data Project would like to acknowledge the assistance of many more people than can be listed here. Please visit the about page for the full list.