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Research Data Management and Sharing

Designed to familiarize faculty and other researchers with the growing literature on research data management services at ASU and abroad.

Mark Your Calendars for Love Data Week 2024

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Feb 12-16, 2024 – My Kind of Data!

Love Data Week is an international event involving libraries, data centers, social media, and research institutions. The week is designed to highlight key resources available to ASU researchers. It is also a time to focus on best practices for managing, protecting, preserving, and publishing your data. The Research Data Management teams at Knowledge Enterprise and the Library will share resource information, tips for data management, and activities designed to help you ensure your data feels loved!

Learn more at ASU Love Data Week!


Beginner stuff, please! Learning tools and resources:

Data Analysis:

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