Location: EOS 01.170
Bring your laptop
The Radboud Data Repository (RDR) is the preferred repository at the IMR to sharing, internal archiving and publishing research data. The RDR was developed as a pilot project at the Donders Institute of Brain, Cognition and Behaviour. After several years of extensive use, the Donders Repository was further developed into the RDR and made available to all Radboud University research institutes in 2021. The RDR allows you to publish data for the wider scientific community and to safely archive data that cannot be publicly shared and, in doing so, promote scientific integrity and internal reuse. The repository ensures the long-term preservation of datasets (no size-limit) and helps researchers adhere to the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles and Radboud University’s research data management policy. By using the RDR, you can be sure that your data are stored safely and managed to ensure long-term accessibility.
Are you new to the Radboud Data Repository and want to know how it works? Or are you more experienced but want to learn more about best practices for working with the repository? The IMR data steward Francie Manhardt - together with data steward (and product owner) of the RDR Didi Lamers, will introduce you to this repository.
You will learn tips and tricks on how to optimally use the Radboud Data Repository. You will get some hands-on practice and start with archiving/publishing some of your data during the workshop. The training is aimed at all IMR researchers and PhD candidates working with research data.
Please bring your lap top so you can try out the archiving of your (dummy-) data during the workshop.