There are two different types of access to data depending on the status of your project:
For exploratory analyses (DADex):
If your research project is at an exploratory level and you have never worked with the GRIP data bases, we strongly recommend you use the DADex form.
Once authorization has been granted, this DAD allows the applicant to use the data for exploratory analyses ONLY. This DAD does NOT authorize any publication of the results of these data analyses at conferences, in articles, etc.
This DAD is valid for a maximum of one year after the initial accession to data. After that year, the applicant must apply for a new DAD (most likely a DADpub).
For Publication (DADpub):
If your research project is advanced, and you have a good understanding of the databases and a clear idea of the expected form of publication, we recommend you use the DADpub form.
Once authorization has been granted, this DAD allows the applicant to use the data for publication purposes*. This DAD is also used to obtain written permission from the researchers in charge of the data (publication statement) before submitting a publication based on data already in your possession.
* Publication is to be understood here in all possible written or oral productions accessible by the scientific community.
In submitting a DAD, the applicant accepts to comply with the Ownership Rights Agreement as stated on the top page of the form.
These two forms, in Word format, can be downloaded by using the links below each description. The procedure for electronic transmission is explained on the top page of the form.