Are you thinking of sharing your data for re-use by other researchers? Have you been asked to share your data by a journal or funder? Are you worried about the long term accessibility of your data? Join Danica Evering (Research Data Management Specialist) for this workshop on how to deposit your data on McMaster Dataverse for archival, preservation, and sharing. Learn more about how openly sharing data can benefit you and the research community, and how online repositories are helping to improve the availability of research data.
Presentation by Danica Evering and Emilie Altman, Research Data Management Specialists. Book an appointment with Danica, Emilie, or another member of the Sherman Centre Team.
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- Portage Network De-Identification Guidance Document
- McMaster Data Deposit Checklist
- McMaster Data Deposit Guidelines * Walkthrough of depositing data to McMaster Dataverse
- DataverseNO Prepare your data: Preferred file formats
- DCN Data Curation Primers on different file formats
- McMaster RDM webpage on file naming and organization
- Cornell ReadMe template
- DCC list of disciplinary metadata standards
- Dataverse North Metadata Best Practices Guide 2.0
- DCC How to License Research Data
- Creative Commons Licenses
- Dataverse Community Norms
- Nature Scientific Data: Data Repository Guidance
- McMaster Dataverse
- Federated Research Data Repository (FRDR)
- re3data Registry of Research Data Repositories
View recordings of earlier sessions of this workshop:
- January 25, 2023 Recording and Slides (https://github.com/scds/intro-rdm/raw/main/assets/docs/2023-01-25-McMaster-Dataverse-slides-web.pdf)
- February 15th 2022 Recording and Slides