Publishing in Springer Computer Proceedings
Data Publishing in Springer Computer Proceedings
If your proceedings have been accepted for publication in one of our proceedings series, a branded area can be set up for your conference within Springer Nature’s figshare repository. Any data/software used/developed in the papers published in the proceedings may be uploaded to this branded area and given a permanent DOI. The papers on SpringerLink link to the data on figshare and vice versa.
- Organise data/software publishing in a useful way
- Receive a permanent DOI for your data/software with proper licensing
- Receive more credit and readership of your data/software and associated publication
Workflows and prices
There are two workflow options available for data/software publishing in Computer Science proceedings:
- Editor-managed solution
In this option, we provide the necessary infrastructure and guidelines to authors and editors (conference correspondence editor) to upload and curate the datasets/software.
The service is free-of-charge. In case you are interested in this option please read the welcome note, as well as the following guidelines for authors and editors.
- Springer Nature’s data curation service
In case you are interested to transfer the workload and responsibility of data curation to our team of experts, you may use this option. Our Research Data Support service is a paid curation service for any published researcher (or those who are in the process of publishing in a Springer Nature journal or book).
For more information about this service and prices please refer to this page.
In case you are interested in data publishing and need more information/advice, please send an email to the responsible editor in our department via firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidelines for Authors
Guidelines for Editors
Featured published datasets/software examples
APPREAL (APProximate REduction of Automata and Languages) tool used to obtain experimental results in TACAS '18 paper: Approximate Reduction of Finite Automata for High-Speed Network Intrusion Detection