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Discovering Dataverse Collection: Dataverse Collection Support

An introduction to a new small-scale repository offered by the Library for faculty, staff, and graduate students who are interested in a place to store their research and make it available online.

Texas Tech University Dataverse Collection: Support

General policies for the Dataverse Collection are available here. For further information on using the Dataverse Collection, please consult the User Guide or contact the Data Management Librarian.

Texas Data Repository User Guide

A comprehensive guide to using the Data Repository with screenshots for every step of the process.

Researcher Information Sheet

A short guide on why and how to use the Data Repository

Data Management 

A guide on data management best practices to help you create plans for projects, grants, and to add into your research lifecycle. 

Texas Data Repository Policies

Find policies on Terms of Use, Licensing, User Agreements, and more.

Data Sharing Help

Some tips on sharing data from Libbie Stephenson (UCLA Social Science Data Archive)

Sharing Your Data

This document will provide you with some things to consider if you want or need to make your data available to others. This document is freely available under a Creative Commons license in PDF format.

Preparing Data for Sharing

How you get your data ready depends on the format - do you have a dataset, a video, a recording? This document contains some resources to help manage files in various technical formats, including statistical files; video, audio, and multi-media; archeology; history; performing arts; literature, language and linguistics; visual arts; digital games; and survey data. It is freely available under a Creative Commons license. PDF format.

All About Codebooks

This document will aid in understanding how codebooks are constructed and how to "read" or interpret them in using associated data. It is freely available under a Creative Commons License.