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Reproducible Data Management

Information and resources for reproducible data management for the UCSF research community

Organizing your Research Project

Reproducible research depends on having good systems for organizing and documenting your research. These resources provide recommendations for setting up and maintaining well-organized projects.

Data Standards and Documentation Tools

There are a lot of things to document as part of your research! These resources give you some ideas of what to document (reporting guidelines) and how to document them (Fairsharing metadata schemas and RRIDs) as well as how to design your research so that your data is standardized from the beginning (CDEs)

Documenting Methods and Code

Version Control