Here, you will find quick links to help you get started with library resources and highlights of new events, services, and resources from the library that might be of interest to the BME researchers. In the tabs of this guide, you will find resources related to:
Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free & open source project management web-based tool that is useful for:
CMU now has an institutional license for OSF. Use your Andrew email address to sign-up for OSF to take advantage of our institutional benefits including:
If you are interested in learning more about OSF or need help, you can read our OSF guide or contact CMU's OSF coordinators: Melanie Gainey (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ana Van Gulick (email@example.com).
Supported by the University Libraries, protocols.io is an open source repository for scientists to record and share detailed up-to-date protocols for research and teaching purposes. Carnegie Mellon University members can access their free Premium account by verifying their CMU email address.
For more information on protocols.io, please visit our webpage: library.cmu.edu/protocols
For additional support contact our research data services team: firstname.lastname@example.org
A new option for sharing data and other research products, CMU's comprehensive institutional repository: KiltHub
Why share? Increasingly, funding agencies and journals are requiring that researchers make their data publicly available.
Sharing data and metadata can be a good option even if not required. Sharing data can:
How do I share? There are a number of great options for making data available, including:
If you are interested in depositing any of your research products (i.e. data sets, conference posters, dissertations, or publications) to Kilthub, find more info here or contact Melanie Gainey (email@example.com).