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The SweStore nationally accessible storage is available for researchers financed by VR (which includes all researchers using SNIC compute resources) and FORMA.
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Please see http://www.snic.se/apply-for-resources/instructions-for-swestore-allocations
 
 
SweStore is also in collaboration with [http://www.ecds.se/ ECDS], [http://snd.gu.se/ SND], Bioimage, [http://www.bils.se/ BILS], [http://www.uppnex.uu.se/ UPPNEX],[http://wlcg.web.cern.ch/ WLCG], [http://www.nrm.se/ Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet]. If any of these cover your research area, first read their information on applying for SweStore storage.
 
 
 
In the future, applications for storage will be handled by each research community, but for now an email to [mailto:support@swestore.se support@swestore.se] will suffice.
 
 
 
Please include the following information in the application:
 
* Name of the principal investigator (PI), including email address.
 
* Purpose for the storage: A short description of the project and type of data.
 
* Required storage capacity: Preferably a maximum size, but if this is not currently determinable, please calculate a starting size and expansion by time period. '''NOTE''' that applications larger than 10TB takes longer to process.
 
* Suggested project name: This will be used as root directory name for your storage.
 
# '''NOTE''' that this name is long-lived and will persist. It is not coupled to the lifetime of SNIC compute time allocations.
 
# We recommend a project name not tied to a person.
 
# Additionally, we recommend that the name is not a common word or term easily confusable with other current or future research efforts.
 
# It is a good idea to select a name that's short and easy to type.
 
# The name is  limited to lower-case letters a-z, digits 0-9, hyphens - and underscores _.
 

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