The University of Bristol Research Data Service is a Library-led collaboration with IT Services and RED. The Service offers advice, support and training in all areas of research data management and is responsible for the university's Research Data Repository. For the latest updates you can follow us on Twitter or subscribe to our News blog (RSS).

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The Research Data Service provides assistance to anyone engaged in research data management, across the University.

As well as one-to-one meetings to assist with Data Management Planning, the team have also produced guides for RCUK applicants, explaining how the University can assist in meeting funder requirements.

Members of the team also deliver regular training events and workshops, details of which can be found here.

If you have a question about metadata, storage, file formats, data sharing or long-term preservation please contact us.

Storing your research data securely while maintaining ongoing access can be a challenge, especially for large or sensitive datasets.

The data.bris repository provides the University of Bristol’s researchers with a means to address this problem. This open data repository can be used to publish data which underpins a research output. The repository builds on the multi million pound investment made in the Research Data Storage Facility, managed by the ACRC.

If you’d like to find out how to publish your data via the data.bris repository, see the depositing guidance.

 
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