Survey launched about “Understanding researcher needs and values about software”

Software is as important as data when it comes to building upon existing scholarship. However, while there has been a small amount of research into how researchers find, adopt, and credit software, there is currently a lack of empirical data on how researchers use, share, and value software and computer code.

Improving CollectionSpace Search

Screenshot: search result table for media handling records in CollectionSpace 5.0

Ray Lee of UC Berkeley’s Research IT department is the lead for the CollectionSpace UI rewrite project, code-named “Drydock.” The following piece describes progress in improving search functionality in CollectionSpace. This work is funded by a recent grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to LYRASIS, CollectionSpace’s institutional home.

BRC Supports Biostatisticians in Effort to Develop Software for Traumatic Injury Treatment and Outcome Predictions

Alan Hubbard and research group colleagues, Jan 2017

What do the Phanerozoic eon and Precision Medicine have in common? For one thing: the statistical analyses of Alan Hubbard, UC Berkeley Associate Professor of Biostatistics, and head of the Division of Biostatistics at the School of Public Health.

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Research IT presents on museum collections, digital humanities at CNI 2016

CNI schedule

Research IT Director David Greenbaum and Digital Humanities Coordinator Quinn Dombrowski represented UC Berkeley among the presentations at the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) winter meeting in Washington, D.C. on December 12-13. This annual event convenes library directors and CIOs from over a hundred universities, with sessions typically focusing on themes including developing and managing networked content; transforming organization, professions, and individuals; and building technology standards and infrastructure.