Data, Information and Knowledge


CIAT, our researchers, and staff are committed to creating and sharing knowledge openly and globally with partners. We do so through truly collaborative research as well as through the sharing of our research outputs, data, and information products.

This page provides you with direct access to our information resources, datasets, information about our pursuit towards open access, and a discussion space on knowledge management.

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Leroy Mwanzia, Data and Information Management

Simone Staiger, Leader Data, Information, Knowledge


01-RESEARCHCIAT Research Online

Find peer-reviewed journal articles, policy briefs, corporate publications, books, book chapters, manuals, working papers, posters, infographics, videos, web tools and presentations.

Content is both peer-reviewed and not, making it a valuable resource for interdisciplinary research and inquiry.

Browse our research outputs ➤


Enter a search terms below (e.g. cassava, pest, climate, etc.) to filter dataset names. By clicking the Find button, you will be redirected to CIAT’s Dataverse.

You can also browse all of
CIAT’s datasets ➤

04-OPEN-ACCESSOpen Access

Open Access is one of the key pillars of CIAT’s organizational change. It profoundly transforms the way we think about, and act upon, intellectual assets in general – and data specifically.

Learn more about CIAT’s action on Open Access ➤


From the Knowledge Management Blog

Science to Cultivate Change

Publishing Research Data

CIAT like most research institutions generates a lot of research data and would like to publish it. Data publishing involves digital dissemination of research data and supporting information such as metadata, documentation, models, code and unpublished reports in such a way that it is persistently and uniquely identifiable.>

Becoming a better facilitator

Constantly, professionals of CIAT’s research and management areas face the challenge of organizing workshops, meetings and gatherings where they aspire to get feedback from their teams, partners or farmers. However, getting people to participate and openly express their thoughts or have the willingness to share their knowledge is often not>

Predatory journals and how to avoid them

At CIAT, we recommend the following steps when identifying a publisher for your work.>


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