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What's the difference between a default project and a supported project?

Default projects are a great way for anyone with a Purdue Career Account to try out PURR and the projects features that it offers. With the default allocation, you get a small amount of storage and publication space. If that’s all you need, then feel free to simply use the default allocation. But if you need more space, we suggest you move up to the supported level. All you need to do to be upgraded is to include your grant information in the project details page within your PURR project space. With that, we can verify your project status and get your quota increased. If you need even more space, please refer to the cost of addition space portion of the pricing page and include those fees in your proposal budget.

For more information see Storage and Pricing.

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The Purdue University Research Repository (PURR) is a university core research facility provided by the Purdue University Libraries, the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research and Partnerships, and Information Technology at Purdue (ITaP).