ZARAH DB makes research data openly accessible with reference to the FAIR Data Principles. As part of making ZARAH DB data FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable), we make metadata files available to enable researchers’ further engagement with the projects’ findings, as they accumulate until 2025. In addition, once the ZARAH project ends, the entire metadata package of ZARAH DB will also be deposited in a separate specialized repository.

Public data in ZARAH DB are accessible in pre-rendered formats (CSV files, JSON), meant to allow users to create different data visualizations and perform network analysis. Metadata from search results will be exportable in JSON format for further data analysis.

Researchers interested in accessing our metadata for further analysis are asked to contact the ZARAH project via email (