Make your data count

Quantitative Methods

An introduction to using SPSS software for quantitative work, designed for humanities researchers.
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Digital Tools

Training modules introducing tools which may be of use to historians and other humanities researchers.
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Managing Your Research

An online training module designed for historians and other humanities researchers, provided by PORT.
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Data Preservation

An online training module designed for humanities researchers, provided by PORT.
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Licensing Open Data

A practical guide to licences, and to some of the issues associated with licensing open data.
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Creating and Maintaining a Bespoke Database

Video lecture – developing a database for a complex humanities project.
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University of Oxford Text Archive

OTA is a repository of digital literary and linguistic resources for research and teaching.
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NERC Datacentres

A network of environmental data centres for NERC-funded scientific data.
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Dryad Digital Repository

A curated repository designed to make data underlying scientific publications freely reusable.
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Dataverse

An open source web application for sharing, preserving, citing, exploring, and analysing research data.
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EMBL-EBI

The European Bioinformatics Institute provides freely available data from life science experiments.
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Global Health Data Management

Network and resources for data managers with an interest in clinical research.
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Start Early

A brief slideshow on the importance of thinking about digital preservation at the start of a project.
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Store It Safely

A brief slideshow about storing research data to ensure it remains available for the long term.
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