A comparison review of the discipline-specific surveys revealed that there is common ground in terms of a need for two way links between raw data repositories and academic publication repositories. Such links were considered useful by participants in the surveys and interviews across the disciplines and potential obstacles to sharing of data in such a way were also generally consistent. Noticeable variations in the way that data are gathered, formatted, allocated metadata and subsequently shared (both between disciplines and within disciplines) were noted, and this needs to be taken into consideration when establishing a Source to Output repository interface. It is likely that the discipline-specific requirements will result in a need for customisation of a generic Source to Output model. The disciplines investigated were Archaeology, Astronomy, Biochemistry, Biosciences, Chemistry, Physics and the Social Sciences.