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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

Neuroscience: Data & Software

Data & Software

Hardware for UC Berkeley students

 

Software for UC Berkeley faculty, staff and students

 

Collaboration, file sharing and storage

Please contact Research Data Management (researchdata@berkeley.edu) before storing or sharing human data.

 

Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs)

The following ELNs offer free trials or versions (UC Berkeley does not recommend or discourage the use of any particular ELN)

Neuroscience data sources

Data Acquisition and Access Program

The University Library is taking some time to pause DAAP and evaluate its effectiveness. Further information about DAAP will be available in Fall 2020. In the meantime, please contact your subject librarian to discuss any data needs.

The Data Acquisition and Access Program (DAAP) enables UC Berkeley faculty, students and staff to request data that require purchase, licensing or are otherwise restricted.  Made possible through a partnership between the University Libraries and the D-Lab, this program is focused on datasets that require license or user agreements to access.

The program has an open call for faculty, students and staff to submit requests for data.  More information on the criteria and eligibility for inclusion in this program can be found on the DAAP Guide.

For more help

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Elliott Smith
Contact:
Bioscience, Natural Resources &
Public Health Library
esmith@library.berkeley.edu