Data availability policy

From Science Europe Data Glossary

Definition: a data availability policy (DAP) is a policy adopted by a scholarly journal to publish papers only if the data used in the analysis are clearly and precisely documented and are readily available for review or for purposes of replication.
Explanation: data availability policies exist in variations, but generally require authors to specify that data are deposited publicly in a data repository or archive along with digital object identifiers or accession numbers for the relevant data sets.