Dryad provides an international repository of scientific and medical data - such as tables, spreadsheets, flatfiles, etc. - from peer-reviewed, published papers. By making this data publicly available, they enable researchers to validate published findings, repurpose the data for other research questions, perform meta-analyses, and more. All of Dryad's data files are available to be downloaded and reused, except for those under a temporary embargo period. Developers can retrieve data files and information from Dryad via REST API.
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