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Sharing your code is an important part of making your work reproducible and is increasingly required by publishers and funders. In this workshop, we'll cover some tips for how to improve sharing your code publicly, including how to get a DOI for your code by using Zenodo to archive GitHub repositories. We'll also talk about other ways to make your code citable, ensuring that you get full credit for your work. 

Data Bites workshop series

Join the MIT Libraries Data Management Services team on Zoom during IAP 2024 for bite-sized half-hour workshops on specific data management topics. Register for one or all!

* Tuesday, January 9, 1pm: Writing better READMEs
* Thursday, January 11, 1pm: Using the Dryad data repository
* Tuesday, January 16, 1pm: Backing up your stuff
* Thursday, January 18, 1pm: Making your code citable with GitHub and Zenodo

We are also teaching the following in-depth workshops:
* File Organization
* Data Management for Postdocs and Research Scientists [in person]  
* NIH Data Management and Sharing Plans

For more information or to learn more about data management topics, contact us at data-management@mit.edu or see https://libraries.mit.edu/data-management/

Thursday, January 18, 2024
1:00pm - 1:30pm
Registration has closed.

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Ye Li

Chemistry and Chemical Engineering,
Materials Science and Engineering Librarian

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Phoebe Ayers

Librarian for EECS, IDSS, and Math

Research Data Management Services

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