Data Bytes - Using Open Science Framework for
Managing Data, Enhancing Reproducibility, and Organizing Project Documentation
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free, open source web application developed to help researchers of all disciplines (not just science) manage their workflows. OSF provides a highly customizable interface, allowing users to create modules for housing data, research materials, communication, analysis files, and more. The system has automatic, built-in version control for all files and integrates with tools researchers already use such as Dropbox, Google Drive and GitHub. It also gives you the means to add contributors with various levels of read/write permissions.
This interactive workshop will take you through the process of creating an OSF project, connecting to external services, adding contributors, and will demonstrate several use cases and examples. OSF meets the NIH and NSTC’s designation as a data repository, and has recently added functionality such as the ability to link to funders and awards in order to meet funder data and materials sharing requirements.
Presented by Clarke Iakovakis, Scholarly Services Librarian at OSU.
Registration is required. Register at this link: https://okstate.libcal.com/event/10299284. The online event URL will be sent to you in an email confirming your registration.
Presented by Edmon Low Library Faculty and brought to you by the OSU-Tulsa Library.