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Data & Software
Software for UC Berkeley faculty, staff and students
Download site for software licensed campuswide and freely available to UC Berkeley faculty, staff and students with CalNet authentication.
Collaboration, file sharing and storage
Please contact Research Data Management (firstname.lastname@example.org) before storing or sharing human data.
Berkeley instance of Google Drive; unlimited storage.
Unlimited online file storage and sharing, available to UCB faculty, staff, and students
Unlimited file storage for collaborative courses and projects
Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs)
The Jupyter Notebook is an open source, interactive data science and scientific computing platform for research data documentation.
The following ELNs offer free trials or versions (UC Berkeley does not recommend or discourage the use of any particular ELN)
Software training, workshops and consultations
Join the e-mail lists of these organizations to receive announcements about workshops and other events.
Science Libraries workshop calendar
Drop-in workshops on citation managers, productivity software, advanced literature searching, bioinformatics tools, data visualization, R, and other topics.
Berkeley Institute for Data Science (BIDS) Events
Software trainings, workshops, conferences, and poster sessions for data-intensive research.
Trainings and workshops for commonly used statistical software such as R and Python. D-Lab also offers consultations and hosts working groups.
Innovative Genomics Institute
IGI researchers deploy genome engineering to address disease, food security and environmental issues.
UC Davis Genome Center
Intensive (often multi-day) workshops and trainings for genomics tools and analysis. Fees are sometimes charged (UC participants receive discounts). UC Davis can be reached via the
, BART/Amtrak, or car.
UCSF Library Events Calendar
Trainings offered by the UCSF Library. Contact instructor for permission to attend.
Data Management: Guidance
The Data Management Planning Tool offers step-by-step templates for many different funders, including NSF, NIH, and USDA.
Dash is a simple self-service tool for publishing datasets and for finding reusable data published by other researchers.
Create persistent identifiers for data, samples, and archived files.
Open Researcher and Contributor ID enables you to register a unique and persistent personal identifier. ORCID enables links between you and your articles, presentations, and other products of scholarship.
Data Management: Repositories