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Databases for Historians

Online training in the concepts and skills needed to build and use databases for historical research.
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Biosharing

Data standards, databases, and policies for the life, environmental, and biomedical sciences.
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MSD IT Services – Security

Information about storage, security, and backup from Oxford’s Medical Sciences Division IT Services.
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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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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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EMBL-EBI

The European Bioinformatics Institute provides freely available data from life science experiments.
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