Data Availability Statements are brief statements about whether the authors of an article have made the evidence supporting their findings available, and if so, where readers may access it.
"Data" is interpreted in the broadest sense to mean any evidence or resources that would be necessary for others to fully evaluate the basis for your findings, and to verify or reproduce your work. This includes raw or processed data sets, as well as qualitative resources, interview transcripts, field notes, and public reports. It also includes any information necessary for others to access, interpret and process these resources
We recommend to upload your data, spreadsheets on Zenodo archive https://zenodo.org/
Examples of Data Availability Statements
Example 1. Data Availability Statement: More information and data can be found in the repository on Zenodo: (e.g.) https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5761840
Example 2. Data Availability Statement: All data is provided in full in the results section of this paper.
Example 3. Data Availability Statement: No new data were created or analyzed in this study.
More examples of data availability statements can be found e.g. at the University of Bath Research Data Archive