The Dataverse Network project develops software, protocols, and community connections for creating research data repositories that automate professional archival practices, guarantee long term preservation, and enable researchers to share, retain control of, and receive web visibility and formal academic citations for their data contributions.
Share & Find Data
The Harvard Dataverse Network is free* and open to all researchers worldwide to share, cite, reuse and archive research data.
- Check out @CSIR's "Introduction to the basics of research data" video t.co/hTFre9iTuz
- If you haven't seen it, the Political Analysis blog has a point-counterpoint on the value of study registration: t.co/0AbENwlIEy
- Harvard teams up w/ Statistics Without Borders to host anti-Ebola data hackathon -- deets via @IQSS here t.co/KYYeBhZIkI #Ebola
- Interested in metrics for datasets? CDL, PLOS & DataOne are interested in your views. 'Make data count' survey t.co/jJvJLK9YGn
- Digital Curation of Research Data in a Social Science Research Library Successful Experiment @ ISEC, Bangalore, India t.co/qHkEogpThG