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DGIT and the UCLA Library have come together to discuss reproducibility, data management and publishing strategies for biomedical researchers. 

This month's topic is Using UCLA Dataverse for compliance to emerging data publishing policies


An increasing number of funders and publishers have implemented data sharing policies to amplify transparency and reproducibility in published research. In addition the National Institutes of Health has recently issued a new final policy for data management and sharing, expanding the requirements for data management and sharing. In anticipation of these changes the UCLA Library developed UCLA Dataverse, a locally administered data repository that fulfills requirements for publishing deidentified data associated with research publications. This session will cover the stages at which data should be published, some background information on UCLA Dataverse, and use cases to demonstrate its functionality.