During the month of May, project developers for the DMPTool and DMPOnline (the UK's version) began combining documentation to create the DMPRoadmap. Coming next year, the DMPTool and DMPOnline will merge into one Data Management Plan service that can be used internationally and that combines the best features of the current DMPTool and DMPOnline. You can follow their progress via their GitHub Repository: DMPRoadmap.
Stay tuned for updates. In the meantime, the DMPTool will experience brief downtime for mini-maintenance on Wednesday, June 8 2016 from 4:00 - 4:30 (PST).
The DMPTool will be unavailable on Wednesday, May 4th 2016 from 3:00 - 4:00 (PST). During this period users will not be able to log in or have access to their work. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Moffitt 24-Hour Study Hall: For spring 2016, the Moffitt Library and Gardner (Main) Stacks will remain open for a 24-hour study hall beginning at 8 am on Monday, May 2 and ending at 10 pm on Friday, May 13. The Moffitt Computer Facility and the Free Speech Movement Café will also be open round the clock for that period.
Doe Library Extended Hours: Doe Library hours will be extended as well:
Engineering Library Extended Hours: In addition, the Engineering Library will have additional hours for the weekend between RRR week and Finals:
Other science and engineering libraries will maintain their normal hours during finals. For current schedules of all libraries on campus, see our Library Hours.
The Life and Health Sciences Division of the UC Berkeley Library has recently purchased access to the following subscription resources:
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews (WIREs):
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This workshop will introduce you to the rich ecosystem of genomic data repositories and analysis tools available for discovery and utilization of open genomic data. We will focus on a handful of bioinformatics tools that are accessible to researchers without programming expertise. We will also review current publisher and funder data sharing policies to understand "open data" as it relates to genomic research.
We will spend the last 45 minutes of the workshop on a hands-on gene expression reanalysis use case that shows you how to:
Date: Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Time: 12 - 1:30 pm; this is a hands-on workshop, so please bring your own laptop
Location: D-Lab Conference Room, 371 Barrows Hall
Please register: http://dlab.berkeley.edu/register?field_training_uid=25457
(Space is limited, and registered and waitlisted attendees will have priority.)
Presenter: Dr. Megan Laurance is the Research Informationist at the UCSF Library where she uses her expertise in genomic data analysis and knowledge management to help researchers get up to speed on various bioinformatics methods, databases and software, and integrate those tools into their own data analysis and interpretation workflows. Prior to becoming the Research Informationist at UCSF in 2013, Dr. Laurance spent 12 years at a genomic software and database company, and spent 10 years at the bench as a researcher studying various topics including transplantation biology, transcription, and cancer.
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