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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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Data

Solutions for storing, collecting, and sharing research data

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Computing

Platforms and services to support calculations, data analysis and visualization

Updates

  • The Impact of Big Data Research

    What’s the best way to create better research methods? Well, it seems to be through research. Recently, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries, in conjunction with the Research Cyberinfrastructure Initiative in the Division of IT (DoIT), …

  • Electronic Lab Notebook training event

    LabArchives is hosting a Virtual User Group Event for Researchers and a Research Edition Bootcamp October 25 – 29. This series of workshops and presentations includes basic and advanced training on the LabArchives platform and …

  • Partnering to Advance Research with Data Dryad

    UW-Madison is now a member of Dryad, an open-access data repository where researchers can publish and publicly share research data. Dryad was started by a community of researchers and is used worldwide to meet funder …

  • Researcher Toolkit Website Launched!

    We are excited to share the recent release of the Researcher Toolkit (https://researchertoolkit.wisc.edu/) 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

    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.

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Questions about the Research Cyberinfrastructure initiative?     Want help exploring & comparing the technology services available to researchers?    Got an idea on how we can help the campus research community?

Contact the team at rci@g-groups.wisc.edu

At this time the Research Cyberinfrastructure group is working remotely, so email is the best way to start off the conversation!