a collection of apps developed to help with various types of interactions
and simplify workflows to make Figshare even easier to work with
An integration with Bitbucket to harvest code into Figshare.
An integration with GitLab to harvest code into Figshare.
To help automate the publication step in GitHub-based research workflows, we've released the Figshare upload GitHub Action. You can incorporate the upload Action in your GitHub workflows and push your files into Figshare directly from GitHub. For details regarding the Action setup visit the GitHub repo page. Check out a demo of how this works.
You can now integrate your Current Research Information System (CRIS), powered by Symplectic Elements, with your research output repository, powered by Figshare.
Enter a data or code Figshare DOI to launch a Figshare project as a Binder. This will launch an interactive environment based on the content and configuration files in the project. Documentation is available here and a publicly available BinderHub is available here.
A one-way push of data records from Figshare to an institutional instance of Elsevier Pure, a current research information system (CRIS). More information on this integration can be found here.
Integrate your RSpace Electronic Lab Notebook with your Figshare account. Follow these steps to learn how to enable the integration.
Publish your Overleaf projects directly to Figshare. Click here for more information.
Connect Figshare to your OSF project. More information available here.
Link your Figshare and ImpactStory accounts. More information here.
Import from GitHub from your list of public repositories. Documentation on how to connect Figshare with your GitHub account is available here.
With this integration, push all of your public items from Figshare to ORCiD. Instructions for setting up this integration are available here.
Import your Figshare items into your labfolder account using this integration, documented here.