Welcome to the Princeton Research Data Service
Established in 2019, we provide Princeton’s diverse research community with expert services and infrastructure to store, manage, retain, and curate digital research data, and to make their digital research data available to the broader network of academic researchers, as well as the general public. We provide consultations, training, and data curation services to researchers throughout the life cycle of research projects, working with them to make the process of data management and storage as seamless as possible with their current research practices.
Humanities Data Workshop Series Concluding with Capstone on Ethical Considerations, featuring Dr. Jennifer Garcon
The Humanities Data Workshop Series will conclude on April 13 with a capstone on ethical considerations, featuring guest speaker Dr. Jennifer… Learn more
The Qualitative Data Repository (QDR) is a dedicated space for publishing and finding digital records associated with qualitative and multi-method research projects. Princeton University is an institutional member of QDR, which allows Princeton-affiliated researchers to make new… Learn more