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Data Services workstations are available for walk-in use whenever the library stacks are open.
If you have a question, you can also e-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call: (212) 998-3434
COVID - 19 Service Status
Data Services has shifted to virtual services for the Summer 2020 sessions. During our normal working hours, we will respond to requests via e-mail and will attempt to offer guidance via Zoom when necessary.
NYU Box has been designed and deployed for sensitive and restricted data, including HIPAA-compliance, and should be used for any short-term file storage needs requiring such protection. However, researchers with schools, departments, or units that deploy their own secure data storage for sensitive or restricted data should use that service.
You may also wish to consult NYU's policy on transmitting and storing sensitive data and NYU's policy on data classification.
To keep data safe, it is recommended that you maintain three copies:
It is also recommended that backups be saved in open or standard file formats, and not be compressed or encrypted (though sensitive data may require encryption, see below). Utilize hard drives (with backups), departmental or university servers, and commercial cloud storage.
Do not use CDs or DVDs as these have been known to fail frequently.
Resources at NYU
(for faculty, staff, and by request, students)
(all-purpose file sharing via Google Apps for Education for faculty, staff, and students)
(specifically for audio, video, and image files with a focus on collaborative editing and linking with NYU Classes)
(for those already using HPC for a project via the /archive data storage)
During the data cleaning and data analysis phases, it is often necessary to push and pull data from an external storage source efficiently so as to integrate that data into a workflow. The following tools can provide useful ways of doing this:
Google Sheets/Google Drive Integrations:
1. In your desktop Zotero, go to File > Export library
2. Make sure both notes and files are clicked so you export everything!
3. Pick which format you'd like to export. We recommend exporting as a CSV for your archival copy, and also as BibLaTex, particularly if you want to import your library into other programs. BibTeX files can be used with LaTeX software to create citations and bibliographies also.
1. Go to File > Export
2. Pick your export format. We recommend using BibLaTex as your archival copy. BibTeX files can be used with LaTeX software to create citations and bibliographies also, and most other bibliographic managers allow import of BibLaTex files.
1. Open the library of references you want to export.
2. In the toolbar at the top of the screen, click "Select Another Style" and select BibTex Export. BibTeX should be your archival copy. These files can also be used with LaTeX software to create citations and bibliographies.
3. Go to File > Export and save the file.
1. Go to References > Export or Tools > Export, depending on your version.
2. Select All References or a specific folder of references you want to export.
3. Under "Export Formats" select BibTex and XML. XML will be your archival copy, and BibTex will be the secondary copy, one which you can import into other reference managers or use with LaTex software.
4. Click "Export to Text" and save.