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Love Your Data Week, Feb 8th - 12th

Love Your Data Week is a nationwide campaign designed to raise awareness about research data management, sharing, and preservation. Activities and events will be held from February 8th - 12th to promote data management awareness.

Follow the conversation at #LYD16.

Two data management events will be held in the library during this week.

1. Love Your Data Pop Up in BIDS (Doe 190) Tuesday, February 9th from 1-3 pm

Stop by the Pop Up to learn how to create a data portfolio to showcase your skills, get free access to unlimited cloud storage, or play a round of Data Bingo - you might win a prize! Also available at the Pop Up: one-on-one data advisory services, help finding data for your next project, recommendations for analysis and tools, and much more!

2. Out of the Archives, Into your Laptop Workshop (Doe 308A) Friday, February 12th from 2-3:30 pm

This workshop will focus on capturing visual and manuscript materials, but will be useful for any researcher collecting research materials from archives. Topics will include smart capture workflows, preserving and moving metadata, copyright, and platforms for managing and organizing your research data, The workshop will be co-presented by Mary Elings (Bancroft Library), Lynn Cunningham and Jason Hosford (Art History Visual Resources Center), and Jamie Wittenberg and Camille Villa (Research IT).

This campaign is a partnership between the Library, Research Data Management, Research IT, bConnected, Bancroft, Digital Humanities, ETS, and BIDS.

Posted by Anna Sackmann, Science Data & Engineering Librarian; content by Jamie Wittenberg, Research Data Management Service Design Analyst

Feb 05, 2016 | Categories: News & Events, Workshops, Scholarly Communication | asackmann

IEEE Xplore: Search vs. Research video

IEEE has released a new video on IEEE Xplore: Search vs Research that highlights the advantages to using IEEE Xplore to search and discover journal, conferences, books, and standards published by IEEE and its publishing partners.

Screenshot from IEEE Xplore Search versus Research video

IEEE Xplore includes more than three million documents from some of the most highly-cited publications in electrical engineering, computer science, and related fields.

Check out IEEE.tv for more videos from IEEE including lectures, award ceremonies, educational content, and information on IEEE products.

Jan 29, 2016 | Categories: Tips & Updates | bquigley

DMPTool downtime Wednesday Feb. 3

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The DMPTool will be unavailable on Wednesday Feb. 3, 2016 from 5:00 to 6:00pm (PST), due to scheduled maintenance. During this period users will not be able to log in or have access to their data management plans. We apologize for the inconvenience.

For questions about the DMPTool or about other data management tools and services available to UC Berkeley researchers, please see our Research Data Management page or contact researchdata@berkeley.edu.

Jan 27, 2016 | Categories: News & Events, Problems & Down Time | esmith

NCBI bioinformatics tools: An introduction

NCBI logo

A hands-on workshop introducing NCBI bioinformatics tools such as PubMed, Gene, Protein, Nucleotide, and BLAST:

  • Starting with a disease, syndrome, or process, identify the genes/proteins involved
  • Starting with an organism and a protein, find the protein sequence and gene coding region
  • Starting with a sequence, identify the gene/protein and source

The workshop will cover selecting the proper tools for your question, navigating through the interlinked NCBI databases, and saving your results.

Date: Tuesday, Jan. 26
Time:
12 - 1 pm
Location:
Bioscience Library Training Room, 2189 VLSB (inside the library)

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Open to all interested students and researchers; no registration is required.
Questions? Contact esmith@library.berkeley.edu

Jan 22, 2016 | Categories: News & Events, Workshops | esmith

Cambridge Structural Database

Cambridge Structural Database
Established in 1965, the CSD is the world's repository for small-molecule organic and metal-organic crystal structures. Containing over 800,000 entries from x-ray and neutron diffraction analyses and more than 50,000 new structures added every year, this unique database of accurate 3D structures has become an essential crystallography resource to scientists around the world.

The UC Berkeley Libraries provides access to both the WebCSD (no downloads needed) and the complete CSDS client system (download here).

Jan 15, 2016 | Categories: Featured Resource | lngo

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