Workshop 3: Version Control for Scripts, Data and Text documents
Tired of wading through files titled paper_v1, paper_v2, paper_v3_beforeAdvisor... ? This hands-on workshop will introduce the concepts of using a version control system to manage changes and the history of your data files (text, web, scripts, etc.). Attendees will participate in multiple exercises in...
Good metadata enables you to understand, use, and share your own data now and in the future, and helps other researchers discover, access, use, repurpose, and cite your data in the long-term. It also facilitates long-term archival preservation of the data. Learn what metadata is, how it applies to your research, and who to contact for assistance.
This class is part of the HMS Research Data Management Seminar Series
Registration: https://libcal.countway.harvard.edu/calendar/countway/HPC *This workshop is geared towards HMS Affiliates*
Workshop 2: Introduction to High-Performance Computing using HMS’ O2 cluster
Big data analysis often requires the use of computing resources that extend well beyond what is available on a personal laptop. A common solution to this problem is to perform your data analysis on a remote computer. In this...
The Dataverse Community Meeting, hosted by Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science, welcomes researchers, librarians, publishers, developers and anyone interested in data sharing or building repositories.
The Dataverse Project has a growing active community of users and developers and is now a mature repository software used to share, cite, and archive research data. Learn more about the project at our dataverse.org site...
Workshop 1: Introduction to the Command-line Interface
Many data analysis tools and computational resources require users to have a basic working knowledge of the command line interface (also referred to as UNIX, Linux, bash, shell). In this workshop participants will learn basic commands for performing simple tasks within a filesystem without the use of a...
Research Data Management (RDM) is essential for responsible research and planning should begin early. Your well-organized and documented data will meet funding agency requirements, be preserved, discoverable and reproducible.
Learn what RDM is, how it applies to your research, and who to contact for assistance.
Webinar hosted by ICSTI and The Copyright Clearance Center
On Friday 17th May, 2019 at 10:00 EDT, ICSTI invites you to attend a 90 minute complimentary webinar featuring Tom Cramer (Stanford University), Mercè Crosas (Harvard University) and Michael Witt (Purdue University).
Jan Brase, Head of Research and Development at Göttingen State and University Library and President of ICSTI will...