Data Management Tools & Services
Instructions for creating a ready-to-use data management plan (DMP) that meets the requirements of specific funding agencies
DASH: Simple self-service tool for researchers to use in publishing their datasets.
Create persistent identifiers (DOIs and ARKs) for digital content. Berkeley researchers contact email@example.com for a free account.
ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID)
Register your own persistent digital identifier (your name) that uniquely designates you and supports automated links between you and your articles, presentations, and other products of scholarly creativity.
Data Management: Repositories
Open Access Directory of Data Repositories [Simmons University]
re3data.org: Registry of Research Data Repositories
Data Management Guidelines
ICPSR's Guide to Social Science Data Preparation and Archiving: Best Practice Throughout the Data Life Cycle (2012, 5th ed.)
Data Management General Guidance: Guidelines for creating, organizing, managing, and sharing your data [CDL]
Technology@Berkeley. UC Berkeley list of services
Data management guide: A portal for information on data requirements, management and sharing
NSF data management plan requirements: An outline from the NSF Directorate for Biological Sciences
Collaboration, file sharing and storage
bDrive: Berkeley instance of Google Drive; unlimited storage
Berkeley Box: Unlimited online file storage and sharing, available to UCB faculty, staff, and students
bCourses Projects: File storage and collaborative projects/courses (2 GB)
Project Jupyter: Open source, interactive data science and scientific computing platform for research data documentation