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Reproducible Research @ Cornell Event

We are sharing this announcement for the Research Data Management Service Group. Please join us for Reproducible Research @ Cornell, a set of events on November 28-29, 2018, featuring Brian Nosek from the Center for Open Science (COS). Events will include a lecture, panel, discussions, and workshops on easy, practical steps to increase the reproducibility […]

Upcoming Data Management Information Sessions

Please join us for an informational session on data management planning for grant proposal submission and an introduction to the tools and services available to help carry out those plans. We’ll talk about current requirements of major research funding agencies, review some general best practices, highlight resources available at Cornell to assist with these and other […]

Data Management at Cornell Information Sessions

Please join us for an introduction to the Research Data Management Service Group and the services available to you at Cornell to help you manage your research data. We’ll also review funder requirements for proposal preparation and data sharing, and show you the basics of preparing a data management plan. Two sessions are being offered, […]

Reminder: Cornell’s Refworks subscription ending December 31, 2015

As you make the transition remember, EndNote is available for all current CALS faculty, undergraduate students, graduate students, and staff. Find out more at: http://cals.cornell.edu/about/leadership/ofa/it/endnote-software This is a reminder that the Cornell Library’s subscription to RefWorks expires on December 31, 2015, and will not be renewed; after that date, Cornell RefWorks users will no longer be […]

Info Sessions on Data Management Planning

Join the RDMSG for an informational session on data management planning for proposal submission, and an introduction to the services available to help you carry out those plans. We’ll talk about current requirements of a few research funding agencies, some general best practices to keep in mind, and resources available to you at Cornell to […]

Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit

The Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit (CSCU) is a professional service group that aims to strengthen research on campus by assisting scholars with using statistical methods in their research in the most optimal way. Our services are coordinated to provide statistical expertise to the entire Cornell community through consulting, teaching, and contract services. Find out more […]

Cornell University Statistical Consulting Unit Workshops

The Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit offers workshops every semester on statistical topics that are commonly used by researchers. The emphasis is on the application of statistical methods, rather than statistical theory. find out more @ Cornell University Statistical Consulting Unit: Workshops.

Research Data Management Info Sessions

Cornell faculty and staff are invited to attend an informational session offered by the Research Data Management Service Group (RDMSG). Staff from the RDMSG will discuss the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) policy requiring a data management plan with all grant proposals, review the requirements and describe how researchers can obtain assistance to create data management […]

Course helps grad students manage data

Starting in graduate school, students begin compiling mountains of research data — but they often have no formal training in how to efficiently keep track of it, share it or organize it so that it can be preserved and used in the future.Sarah Wright, data librarian, and Cliff Kraft, associate professor of natural resources, aim […]

Expanded Choices for Citation Management

If you’re doing research at Cornell (and who isn’t)?, you need some kind of system to manage the large quantity of literature books, journal articles, dissertations, etc. your project is built on.  There are software programs specifically designed to do this; until recently, the primary choice was either Endnote or Refworks.  And while both programs […]