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Data & Donuts Workshop - Using Open Science Framework for Project Management

Are you tired of trying to keep track of multiple versions of your data and research documents, searching through a messy email inbox for communications, and lacking a central location for all files related to a research project?

Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free, open source web application developed to help researchers of all disciplines (not just science) manage their workflows. OSF provides

  • a highly customizable user interface, allowing users to create modules for housing data, research materials, communication, analysis files, and anything else they need to keep
  • the ability to upload any file type under 5GB, with automatic, built-in version control for all files
  • integration with tools researchers already use, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, and GitHub
  • the means to add contributors with various levels of read/write permissions

OSF projects are set to private by default, but components can be set to open at any time in order to foster reproducibility and facilitate reuse. See an example OSF project here.

Date:
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Time:
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location:
Computer Training Room 206, 2nd Floor, Edmon Low Library
Categories:
Instruction, Public Program
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