vulekamali home / Learning Resources / Guides / Contributed Data & Analysis Contributed Data & Analysis Contributed Data and Analysis is analysis reports and the data used to do the analysis, uploaded by civil society organisations to make them easier to find in the context of South African government budgeting and spending. Uploading as a contributor Create a contributor accountVisit the Contributed Data index in the Data and Analysis section.Click on Log in and submit your data. You can create an account on the next page.Click on Create AccountComplete signing up, check your email inbox for the confirmation email.Click the confirmation link to confirm that that is your email address.The confirmation link will take you to the Create Dataset page. Follow the instructions to create and upload your first dataset.Create a datasetAfter creating your first dataset, you will be prompted to join your organisation at the top of the dataset pageAdd or join an organisationIf your organisation is already on vulekamali, visit their page and request to join, otherwise request to add your organisation.National Treasury will receive your request and respond. You can also follow up on your request at firstname.lastname@example.orgIn the meantime, you can continue uploading and documenting your datasets. You will not be able to make them public until you are part of an organisation.Once they have added you to your organisation, you will be able to make your datasets public.Visit the list of your datasets by clicking on your username at the top right.Make your dataset publicEdit the dataset by clicking Manage at the top right.Add it to your organisationYou can now save the dataset, and edit it again, and you'll be allowed to make it Public:Once you save it as Public, your dataset should show up in search results and on the contributed dataset within a few minutes.Now that you are part of an organisation, you can make datasets public right from from the start.