Collaboration, accessibility and transparency are necessary for data management in modern science. Science.gov, NSF, NIH and other federal agencies mandate data plans with grant proposals.
Start with this list:
---- Make a plan to store your data
---- Find the right medium to store your data
---- Develop a system to organize your data
---- Make sure that your data has easy access
---- Make sure that your data is safe and secure.
Use the following links for UC Berkeley, University of California, for data and copyright information.
University of California Resources
1. UC3, University of California Curation Center - UC/California Digital Library
2. EZID: create a persistant DOI or ARK - long term, unique identifiers. (UC/CDL). Berkeley researchers can request a free account by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. DMPTool: Manage Your Data - develop a Data Management Plan, see Funder Requirements (CDL)
4. Scientific Data Services -- Science Libraries@UC Berkeley - guide to our services.
5. UC Berkeley Data Services Management, IST. See comparative table.
d-Lab: courses in Python, R, Drupal and more.
Research Data Management, UC Berkeley support for data storage, and more
Technology@Berkeley. UC Berkeley list of services
Research IT at Berkeley: cloud computing, large projects, assistance with hardware.
CITRIS - established to address the most pressing social and environmental issues facing California. To meet this goal, we focus our research on four core initiatives: Energy, Health Care, Intelligent Infrastructure, and Data and Democracy.