Welcome! This is for new group members / visitors.

Group Things

  1. First make sure your “more information” link is correct and formatted as you like it on the members page. If not, update it with a pull request.
  2. Please add at least one thing to this page with a pull request – something that you wish you would have seen written down somewhere.

Make sure to ask JJMC to update the web site after any pull requests.

Setup

  1. QFT Cluster
  2. Mac setup

Platforms/Tech geared towards / facilitating open science…

  1. ORCID online record id. arXiv will be using orcid id preferentially as time goes on so good to link up.

  2. Open Science Framework — can setup workflows for projects, associated wiki’s for collaboration, create dois/arks. Possible data management strategies. Can sign in with orcid. To my knowledge no custom urls.

  3. Data repositories1
    • Dataverse: “A repository for research data that takes care of long-term preservation and good archival practices, while researchers can share, keep control of, and get recognition for their data.”
    • FigShare: “A repository where users can make all of their research outputs available in a citable, shareable, and discoverable manner.”
    • Zenodo: “A repository service that enables researchers, scientists, projects, and institutions to share and showcase multidisciplinary research results (data and publications) that are not part of existing institutional or subject-based repositories.” CERN related.
    • Dryad: “A repository that aims to make data archiving as simple and as rewarding as possible through a suite of services not necessarily provided by publishers or institutional websites.”
    • DataBib: “Databib is a tool for helping people identify and locate online repositories of research data. Users and bibliographers create and curate records that describe data repositories that users can search.”
    • Re3data.org: “Re3data is a global registry of research data repositories from different academic disciplines for researchers, funding bodies, publishers, and scholarly institutions.”
    • Open Access Directory: “A list of repositories and databases for open data.”
    • Force 11 Catalog: “A dynamic inventory of web-based scholarly resources, a collection of alternative publication systems, databases, organizations and groups, software, services, standards, formats, and training tools.”
  4. Code repositories
  5. “Citable” code (??)