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Research Data Management at UF: Tools

This is a guide on resources available at the University of Florida and beyond on research data management. It includes information about tools for data management planning, data and file sharing, metadata and data standards, and data storage.

Galaxy at UF

UF researchers have access to an instance of Galaxy at Research Computing - a web-based framework for accessible, reproducible and transparent biological computing. Galaxy has arisen as the most popular framework for providing biological researchers access to the tools they need for the analysis of their data.

Scheduled training sessions on Galaxy are listed here. Please contact Oleksandr Moskalenko or Matt Gitzendanner for further questions on Galaxy.

DMP at UF

For individual or group consultation/training on how to prepare your Data Management Plan, please contact me or your liaison librarian/subject specialist.

 

The University of Florida is a partner institution of the DMPTool. It allows you to create ready-to-use data management plans for specific funding agencies.  Use your gatorlink and password to login and use this tool.

Secure File Sharing Service at UF

File-Express allows any individuals with UF Gatorlink accounts to securely exchange files that may be too large, or otherwise blocked by traditional e-mail methods. Using a secure server and the Gatorlink Authentication system, users can easily share files with members of both the UF and Non-UF community.

Maximum single file size: 5GB

Default expiration length: 1 day(s)

Maximum expiration length: 5 day(s)

UF Institutional Respository

 The Institutional Repository at the University of Florida is the digital archive for the intellectual output of the University of Florida community, and includes research, news, outreach, and educational materials. Logon to myUFDC

General Data Management Tools

Data Analysis Tools

IBM SPSS Statistics allows you to explore your data, formulate hypotheses, make statistical analysis, to clarify relationships between variables, create clusters, identify trends and make predictions. Access to this software is available on all Academic Technology computers (including the public computers in all UF libraries).

SPSS free training workshops may be provided by e-Learning Support Services. Those interested should contact Dr. Silva-Lugo.

 SAS Statistics software provides a wide range of analytical capabilities, from traditional analysis of variance to exact methods and statistical visualization techniques. SAS also offers an interactive matrix programming language and exploratory data analysis with integration to R. Access to this software is available on all Academic Technology computers (including the public computers in all UF libraries).

Additional statistical consulting is available through the Statistics Department, the IFAS Consulting Unit, or the Biostatistical Consulting Lab

For a full list of software available on Academic Technology computers (including those int he libraries), see: https://labs.at.ufl.edu/about-at-labs/computer-software/

Data Visualization Tools

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