Harvard Library Open Access Week Program
Harvard Dataverse Workshop
Dataverse is a software application that enables institutions to host research data repositories. It provides a preservation and archival infrastructure, while researchers can share, keep control of and get recognition for their data through an easy to access web browser interface. Dataverse supports the sharing of research data with a persistent data citation, and data publishing and management workflows with versioning and metadata standards.
Join us in learning how to deposit your data into Harvard's Dataverse: dataverse.harvard.edu!
This session will tackle basic and advanced options available in Dataverse 4.0, including but not limited to: versioning, file handling for online data analysis, linking data, API functionality, Datatags for sharing sensitive data (Dataverse 5).
Prerequisites: Participants should bring their own laptop.
- Danny Brooke, Dataverse Development Project Manager, Institute for Quantitative Social Science
- Sonia Barbosa, Manager of Data Curation, Manager of the Murray Research Archive, Institute for Quantitative Social Science
This workshop is limited to 40 attendees, so register early to confrim your spot! Refreshments will be provided.
Attend the 10/24 Workshop at HMS