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Organizing Your Data: How to Organize, Share, and Replicate Your Research

Friday, October 2, 2020 at 12:30pm to 1:30pm

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You have your data - now, how do you organize it? Making your data reusable for other researchers is an important part of the research process. We will discuss some strategies for finding a manageable scale for your thesis or project. You'll also hear from Florio Arguillas from CISER, who will share some ideas for organizing your data so it can be shared with others.

This seminar series is open to Cornell students from all majors, but will be especially useful for social science majors. The recording and further resources will be available on Canvas in the course Managing Research Data: A Guide to Social Science ResearchThis series is presented by Mann Library and Catherwood Library.  Registration required.

Guest speaker: Florio Arguillas, Research Associate at the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER)

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