Have you heard about the reproducibility crisis in science (ex. in Nature and Economist)? Do you wonder how you could increase the reproducibility of your own work? This session will show you some hands-on, practical steps and tools that can help make your research reproducible in your field.
There is increasing pressure from top journals and grant agencies to include supporting research data at time of publication, however the burden of storage and accessibility often falls to the researcher. This session will cover how you can use GitHub and the Open Science Framework to open up your research, as well as connect your publications with the corresponding data.
Workshops, Dedicated Session Materials, and Research Data Management Initiatives
Earn badges for improving your personal research efficiency and organization.
Links to NYU Resources
NYU Data Services A joint service of NewYork University's Division of Libraries and Information Technology Services to support quantitative, qualitative, and geographical research at NYU.
NYU Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP)
OSP can help you identify appropriate potential sponsors, interpret guidelines, develop budgets, and fulfill application requirements. OSP also provides institutional sign off on proposal submissions, negotiates awards with sponsors and guides investigators in funded project administration.
NYU Digital Library Technology Services (DLTS)
DLTS processes, enables access to, and preserves digital materials that come from both the NYU community and from collaborating partner organizations. Methods include digitization, software development, research, project coordination, and the articulation of best practices.
NYU High Performance Computing (HPC) NYU Information Technology Services (ITS) supports high performance computing and networking for researchers and scholars. It is home to several high performance clusters and high-speed networks equipped with a wide variety of research software packages.
NYU Faculty Digital Archive (FDA)
The FDA is a place where full-time NYU faculty can deposit their work in digital form. FDA collections can be shared with the world, or restricted to selected people. The FDA is intended to be a highly visible repository of NYU faculty digital scholarship.