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Center for Open Science – OSF

Posted by Marcus Zillman

Center for Open Science – OSF
https://cos.io/our-products/osf/

Manage your research in one easy, integrated platform. Collaborate, plan, create, preregister, even publish a preprint. OSF provides free and open source project management support for researchers across the entire research lifecycle. As a collaboration tool, OSF helps researchers work on projects privately with a limited number of collaborators and make parts of their projects public, or make all the project publicly accessible for broader dissemination. As a workflow system, OSF enables connections to the many services researchers already use to streamline their process and increase efficiency. As a flexible repository, it can store and archive research data, protocols, and materials. Features: a) Structured projects: Access files, data, code, and protocols in one centralized location and easily build custom organization for your project – No more trawling emails to find files or scrambling to recover from lost data
; b) Controlled access: Control which parts of a project are public or private, making it easy to collaborate and share with the community or just your team
; c) Enhanced workflow: Automate version control, get persistent identifiers for projects and materials, preregister your research, and connect your favorite third party services directly to OSF; d) Extensible Research. Automatically create a preprint, meeting abstract, or add to your institutional repository. Manage multi-institutional projects; and e) Dependable Repository: OSF’s Preservation Fund ensures that any data stored in the repository would be maintained and protected for 50 years. This will be added to Business Intelligence Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™.

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