Vicky Steeves | August 4, 2016
A free and open source project management tool that connects researchers to the tools they are already using to make management easier through the research cycle.
Does everyone have an account at the Open Science Framework?
Does everyone have an ORCID?
At the very least, let's add your ORCID and your NYU affiliation by clicking "Edit Your Profile"
Everyone, try adding an account of your own by clicking "Connect Account" next to an addon!
Go to https://osf.io or just click "My Projects" on the top bar.
Click "Create Project" and fill in the form.
Click "add" button next to the title of the page.
Search for the person to your right and add them!
Everyone, try adding one of your own!
From here, you can:
When you click on a file in OSF, it renders right in-browser. On the bottom right is the "tag" field, where you can enter whatever you want.
Try adding 2 tags to your file and compare with the person to your right!
When you click on a file in OSF storage, you can also see and download all the versions of that file that have been uploaded.
THE CATCH! The file has to be uploaded with the same name!
This also has a robust versioning! And you can compare versions side-by-side!
Use the "Home" page as a Table of Contents to stay immediately organized!
You and your collaborator take turns editing the wiki. Switch between versions and re-edit them. Decide on the best one after 3 tries!
Components are essentially "sub-projects" that can organized like a Russian nesting doll -- but I recommend only going 1 deep for your own sanity.
You can organize components by collaborator permissions -- who has what access to it, or by type -- "Communications" or "Data" to denote what is in there.
You can also chat on the fly using the comments tab
Tag your collaborators so they get notified & respond quicker!
You can share via a view-only link like Google Docs!
This is nice if you want someone to review your work without adding them as a collaborator.
All OSF projects start private. We can make them public when we are ready and reap some benefits, like built-in analytics!
When you want to publish your final product, you register it. All the files are pulled into an archive on OSF storage, and the project becomes read-only.
You can get a DOI for this project, and include it in a "Supplementary Materials Section" of a journal article.
Me! I am an OSF Ambassador and can do 1-1 or small group sessions if you would like.
Email me: email@example.com
Learn more about RDM: guides.nyu.edu/data_management
Get this presentation: guides.nyu.edu/data_management/resources
Make an appointment: guides.nyu.edu/appointment