OSF is a free, open source web application for project management from the non-profit, Center of Open Science. Researchers use OSF to collaborate, document, archive, share, and register research projects, materials, and data. This guide will teach you how to:
The CMU Libraries Data Collaboration Lab (DataCoLAB) connects the research community across disciplinary borders, and facilitates collaborations between data producers and data scientists. The program connects researchers who want more from their datasets with individuals who have data and computer science skills, creating opportunities for people with different technical and disciplinary backgrounds to work together.
Want to learn more or ask questions? Email dataCoLAB@andrew.cmu.edu.
Get started by creating a free account with your Andrew email address or linking your Andrew email address to an existing account to take advantage of the benefits of our institutional license. Find helpful info on how OSF can be used here.
Our institutional license gives you the option of adding CMU branding to your project and highlighting your project on our CMU Open Science Framework landing page.
Please contact Libraries Data Services at UL-DataServices@andrew.cmu.edu if you need any help using Open Science Framework.