Make your data count

Organising, structuring, and analysing data

Formatting Your Data

Good practice advice from the UK Data Archive. covering file formats, data organisation, and versioning.
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Organising Data

An interactive training module in the MANTRA course, covering organising, versioning, and file naming.
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File Formats and Transformation

An interactive training module in the MANTRA course, covering file formatting and data transformation.
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Data Handling Tutorials

Practical exercises using SPSS, R, ArcGIS, and NVivo. Provided by MANTRA.
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IT Services Research Support

Advice and support for all technical aspects of the research process, including data management.
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IT Learning Centre

A wide selection of courses, covering both software and more general skills, such as database design.
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Research Skills Toolkit

Learning resources on various aspects of managing information used in research.
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Jisc: Managing Digital Media

Guides covering various aspects of managing digital media collections and digitisation projects.
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Jisc Infokit: Digital File Formats

A guide to what needs to be considered in choosing the correct format for a project.
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Advanced Research Computing

A central resource available to any University of Oxford researcher who needs high performance computing.
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Lynda.com

A huge library of IT training videos, available free of charge to University of Oxford members.
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The Programming Historian

Tutorials to help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools and techniques to facilitate their research.
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Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School

An annual week-long training event for those interested in digital humanities.
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Software Carpentry

A brief video lecture on structuring and versioning data from Software Carpentry.
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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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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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Creating and Maintaining a Bespoke Database

Video lecture – developing a database for a complex humanities project.
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