Information on methods to search data within the DataONE federation of Member Nodes.
Examples and best practices for how to cite data discovered through DataONE and also citing DataONE resources.
Includes information on finding an appropriate Member Node for submission of data.
DataONE comprises a distributed network of data centers, science networks or organizations. These organizations can expose their data within the DataONE network through the implementation of the DataONE Member Node service interface. In addition to scientific data, Member Nodes can provide computing resources, or services such as data replication, to the DataONE community.
A brief summary of the primary benefits of becoming a DataONE Member Node.
Characteristics and general requirements of Member Nodes.
Overview of the four phases of deployment with links to detailed documentation.
Current Member Nodes Summary
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Education is integral to DataONE and spans formal graduate-level training in research and cyber-infrastructure development, to developing informal inquiry-based education modules that allow students of all ages to ask their own specific questions.
Short (~1min) "how-to" video tutorials detailing individual steps for various DataONE tools and services.
Details of previous and upcoming training activities held by DataONE.
Education modules in powerpoint format that are available to download and incorporate into your teaching materials. Materials are licensed as CC0 and you may enhance and reuse for your own purposes.
A monthly webinar series comprising relevant and cutting-edge topics such as open science, the role of the data lifecycle, and achieving innovative science through shared data and ground-breaking tools.
A comprehensive, searchable database of best practices for data management and use across the whole Data Life Cycle.
Short real-life vignettes highlighting challenges and successes in data management.