We are here to answer questions and find solutions to all of your data management quandaries. Email email@example.com if you need help with any of the following:
Data management plans and funder requirements
Reviewing your DMP or getting you started with DMPTool to create a new plan
Modifying this template as needed if your funder requires a verification letter of your plan to use ResearchWorks Archive as a sharing and preservation platform
Identifying your funder's requirements for data sharing and data management
Data management consultation
Consulting on strategies and workflows for all stages of the research lifecycle, including
- Storage and backup
- Data organization and description
- Workflow management software
- Sharing and archiving
Workshops and lectures
Addressing your class, your lab, or your department on any aspects of the research data lifecycle
Data reference services
Finding or acquiring data
Identifying other campus departments that can help you analyze your data
Working with you to prepare your data for visualization in Tableau
Registering your data for digital object identifiers (DOI) via EZID to help you reference your own work in publications and allow others to cite your objects
Creating EZID accounts for researchers and departments so that you can mint your own DOIs
In addition to Research Data Services, which supports the research data management needs of faculty and students, the Libraries also offers these other services:
Other Campus Resources
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The Simpson Center supports the rapidly growing field of digital humanities through a broad range of programming. This includes an array of scholarship, such as: integrating computer technologies with humanities research, using computational tools to retrieve, analyze, and visually represent data, and exploring the historical, social, aesthetic, and cross-cultural implications of digital cultures.
An independent global health research center at the University of Washington that provides rigorous and comparable measurement of the world's most important health problems and evaluates the strategies used to address them. IHME makes this information freely available so that policymakers have the evidence they need to make informed decisions about how to allocate resources to best improve population health.
Supports population research and training at the University of Washington. CSDE also functions as a regional center that gives population scientists at affiliated institutions in the Pacific Northwest access to cutting-edge demographic infrastructure and services.
CSSCR is a computer resource center providing facilities and support for social science departments at the University of Washington. CSSCR facilities are restricted to use by students, faculty, and staff of the University of Washington.
Find information and resources for researchers at the University of Washington, including links to the Office of Research, IRB, training, and funding.
Provides high performance computing services and consultations to support your research. Request a consultation via the provided request forms, or contact the Research Computing unit.