DoIT & Research Data Services have partnered to make it easier to find, compare, and get assistance with centralized campus research data storage

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Solutions for storing, collecting, and sharing research data

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Platforms and services to support calculations, data analysis and visualization


  • Researcher Toolkit Website Launched!

    We are excited to share the recent release of the Researcher Toolkit ( after months of collaboration with the UW-Madison Libraries and Research Data Services, the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, and the Data Science Hub.

  • Next Stop On The GlobusWorld Tour: UW–Madison, Apr 14

    The research data management tool Globus will soon be available to the university. You’re invited to learn how it could enhance research collaboration on campus and beyond.

  • UW-Madison enrolled in National Institute of Health STRIDES program

    UW-Madison has enrolled in the NIH Science and Technology Research Infrastructure for Discovery, Experimentation, and Sustainability (STRIDES) program, which provides access to cloud computing resources for NIH-funded researchers. The STRIDES program provides support and incentives …

  • Data Storage Finder Tool

    Finding the right data storage can, at times, be difficult when dealing with the vast amount of information that the campus has to offer. To combat this, DoIT and Research Data Services have partnered to …

  • Take your data science collaborations to the next level with RStudio Team

    Researchers and data scientists across the UW-Madison campus are developing and sharing Covid-19 models that can inform responses to the pandemic. A new service offered through the UW-Madison Division of Information Technology (DoIT) Cyberinfrastructure Group, …

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