To search, access, and analyze datasets on IEEE DataPort, you first need to create a free IEEE account or login with your existing account. After logging in you can search datasets by entering keywords in the search bar or by browsing the dataset categories. Once a desired dataset is located you can access it by simply clicking on the dataset.
You can then view and analyze the dataset. If you do not have sufficient storage and computing capacity on your local system to perform the analysis, IEEE currently provides access to the dataset in the Cloud to facilitate the analysis. Once your analysis is complete, you can upload the analysis by clicking the “submit an analysis” button directly below the dataset image.
To help guide you through searching, accessing, and analyzing datasets in IEEE DataPort, below are the answers to the most frequently asked questions about these topics.
Do I have to subscribe to IEEE DataPort to download datasets and tools from IEEE DataPort?
Can I use datasets available on IEEE DataPort in my research?
Are Users of IEEE DataPort datasets required to cite datasets in their work?
How do I access IEEE DataPort dataset files through Amazon Web Services (AWS)?
Are Cloud services accessible through IEEE DataPort to perform data analysis?