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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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Solutions for storing, collecting, and sharing research data

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Platforms and services to support calculations, data analysis and visualization


  • Azure Research Day, May 31, 2023

    Researchers across the US have been leveraging Microsoft Azure to accelerate their time to science and science to scholarship. Microsoft Azure provides an open, flexible, global platform that supports multiple programming languages, tools, and frameworks …

  • Learn Data Science Tools for Your Research

    Join us for two events in early 2023 to learn about data science tools and approaches for your research, hosted by NVIDIA, Amazon Web Services, Four Points Technologies and DoIT. NVIDIA: The Art of the …

  • 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 …

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