See which Dewey pricing plan is right for you

Whether you're an individual researcher or responsible for your entire university's data licensing, Dewey has a pricing plan to fit your needs.
Platform and community access
Always free
Community access
Free and sample datasets
Ad-hoc data licenses
Public datasets
Billed yearly
All the features of the starter account, plus:
Unlocked access to premium data
Automatic data updates
Add student or research assistant licenses
Discounts on non-premium data
Early access to new datasets
Billed yearly
All the features of the starter account, plus:
Unlocked access to premium data
Automatic data updates
Bulk access for labs, libraries or departments
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Simple and straightforward pricing
Data sharing and collaboration
Discounted access for multiple users within a:

Data available for free with subscription plans

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Frequently asked questions

Can I share the data with other researchers?

Not unless they also have a subscription or license. The reason we can make this data affordable for academic research is because of our promise to data partners that it will only be used by the academic community. This restriction helps us keep an eye on who is using the data. We also provide affordable research assistant licenses and bulk discounts for groups to make it easy for everyone involved to have a license. You can read more about the data license in our terms and conditions.

Do I need to pay with a credit card?

Please reach out to if you'd rather pay via an invoice or ACH transfer.

How do I know if my university group is subscribed?

Dewey works with the university groups that subscribe to notify all members who are included on the group license. If you'd like to double-check, feel free to reach out to

What happens if my university group subscribes after I've already subscribed?

If you've subscribed to Dewey and then a group you're a member of also subscribes within the next 6 months, we'll provide a full refund of your individual subscription.

What happens when I cancel?

When you cancel your subscription, you'll be downgraded to the Starter account and no longer have access to the features or updates available on the subscriber accounts. Although various steps in the publishing process can happen after you've downgraded your account or your term has expired, you must remain subscribed if you're actively working with the data and progressing towards a working paper. You can read more about terminating your subscription and the impact that has on your ability to use the data in our terms and conditions. To cancel your account, please reach out to