Posts tagged with research data services in Blog Bits and Pieces

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Headshot of Yingxiao Zhang, PhD candidate in the Climate and Space Sciences department 
February 16, 2023
  • Jake Carlson
  • Rachel Woodbrook
  • Joanna Thielen
In this interview, Yingxiao Zhang (PhD candidate in the Climate and Space Sciences department) describes why she decided to share the data set entitled "Simulated historical (1995-2014) and future (2081-2100) pollen emission using PECM2.0" in Deep Blue Data.
Yellow naval vessel in the marine laboratory wave tank
February 14, 2023
  • Joanna Thielen
  • Jake Carlson
  • Rachel Woodbrook
In this interview, Nate Clemett (Master's student in the naval architecture and marine engineering department) describes his research and why he decided to share his data set entitled "Flywheel Energy Storage System Roll Dataset" in Deep Blue Data.
January 7, 2019
  • Jake Carlson
We are upgrading the software that runs Deep Blue Data to Hyrax2. This upgrade will results in some changes and improvements to the user interface and functionality of the Deep Blue Data repository.
July 27, 2017
  • Jake Carlson
We are very pleased to have Susan Borda join the UM-Library as our very first Data Workflows Specialist. What exactly does a Data Workflows Specialist do you ask? Read on...
February 12, 2016
  • Jake Carlson
You probably know that the University of Michigan Library offers a variety of educational programs, but did you know that these programs include topics relevant to working with research data?
February 11, 2016
  • Amy Neeser
It is common scholarly practice to publish results of research, and it is becoming increasingly more important to share the underlying data. Data sharing allows for the replicability and verification of experimental findings and allow for reuse in new and unexpected ways. Sharing your data may also increase the impact of your research.
U-M love your data week logo
February 10, 2016
  • Jake Carlson
Documenting your data is kind of like eating your spinach. You know that you need to do it to keep your data healthy, but it’s not something that you look forward to. Good documentation takes an investment of time and energy. It can feel like grunt work, or that it is slowing you down when you really want to keep making progress on your research.
February 9, 2016
  • Sara M Samuel
The Oxford English Dictionary defines organized as: “Of a person: having one's affairs in order so as to be able to deal with them efficiently.”

When you spend the best hours of your day doing research and working with data, it makes sense to be organized so you can use your time as efficiently as possible. One of the methods for maintaining an organized research life is by developing a data management plan (DMP).
February 8, 2016
  • Scott A Martin
Welcome to our series of Love Your Data Week posts! Each day this week, in connection with the Love Your Data campaign on social media, a UM librarian will be blogging about a different data-related topic, sharing personal anecdotes and tips that you can use to improve your own research data practices. To kick things off, we're writing today about data safety.