To help GitHub connect you to relevant tools, people, projects, and information, you can opt into data use for your private repository. If you have opted into data use for your private repository and no longer want GitHub to use your data, you can opt out.

When you opt in to data use for your private repository, you'll be able to access the dependency graph, where you can track your repository's dependencies.

Opting into data use for your private repository

  1. On GitHub, navigate to the main page of the repository.

  2. Under your repository name, click Settings. Repository settings button

  3. Under "Data services," select Allow GitHub to perform read-only analysis of this repository. Checkbox for allowing GitHub to perform read-only analysis of this repository

  4. Optionally, select the checkbox next to any additional services you'd like to enable data use for. List of additional services with their own checkboxes

Opting out of data use for your private repository

Tip: To opt out of data use for specific services, unselect the checkbox next to the service.

  1. On GitHub, navigate to the main page of the repository.

  2. Under your repository name, click Settings. Repository settings button

  3. Under "Data services," unselect Allow GitHub to perform read-only analysis of this repository. Checkbox for disallowing GitHub to perform read-only analysis of this repository

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