Supplementary files are separate attachments that enhance or support your thesis and may include computer code, research data, audio or video files, and images or maps that are not part of the primary pdf.
Whenever possible use uncompressed, non-proprietary (open) formats.
For more guidance on appropriate formats, see the Library of Congress’ Recommended Formats Statement and Archivematica’s Format Policies page for access and preservation.
There are a variety of places to deposit your files (data, code, images, videos, etc.) including eScholarship.
If you’d like to consult with someone about where to deposit, contact: email@example.com.
Include a brief descriptive document (often called a Readme.txt file) to help others understand your additional files and data.
Case Study: File Naming Done Well - examples of a methods to name files. File names can include study site, water depth, date, and more.