The NIH policy for Data Management and Sharing (effective January 2023) includes the supplemental information Selecting a repository for data resulting from NIH-Supporting Research (NOT-OD-21-016), which outlines the data repository characteristics that researchers should seek out to share their NIH-funded research. Vivli meets all the Desirable Characteristics for Data Repositories, including the additional characteristics for storing human subjects data.
Vivli is a well-established repository for researchers to store their clinical research data from NIH-funded research and to cite in their NIH Data Management and Sharing Plans. The Vivli platform focuses on helping researchers securely archive, access and analyze individual participant-level data (IPD) from completed clinical research studies to serve the international research community. Vivli makes it easy to share data in a way that is citable and reusable while also protecting the privacy of participants involved in the clinical research. Vivli is listed on the National Library of Medicine’s Data Sharing resources list of Generalist repositories. Find out more about how Vivli meets the characteristics as set out by the NIH by toggling on the information about each characteristic below.