The tera-PROMISE Repository is a research dataset repository specializing in software engineering research datasets. We offer free and long-term storage for your research artifacts. Learn more on our about page.
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You can view all of our datasets in the categories listed on the left and on the categories page.
We have everything from McCabe & Halsted to Spreadsheets to Green Mining.
Learn how to contribute your research data, whether you're a researcher or a student.
This is a large sample of spreadsheets (5607 total files, 4499 of which are unique and suitable for automated processing in Excel) that researchers can use to evaluate their methodologies and tools for creating and maintaining spreadsheets.
June 06, 2016: The OpenScience Repository has experienced a server outage. For help, contact us at our contact form.
September 23, 2015: The tera-PROMISE team welcomes new member, David Pryor!
May 05, 2015: The tera-PROMISE frontend has been rebuilt with Bootstrap.
December 06, 2014: 80% of data migrated from Google Code site.
November 01, 2014: N.C. State approves the new repository space. One terabyte!
Added on: March 01, 2017
Analysis and selection of a regression model for the Use Case Points method using a stepwise approach
Added on: November 30, 2016
The Qualitas Corpus is a curated collection of software systems intended to be used for empirical studies of code artefacts.
Added on: October 28, 2016
An intuitive approach to determine test adequacy in safety-critical software
Added on: July 17, 2016
A Manually Validated Code Refactoring Dataset and Its Assessment Regarding Software Maintainability
Added on: June 13, 2016
Evaluation of Android Malware Detection Based on System Calls