Author: daniellalowenberg

Announcing Dryad & eLife’s seamless data publishing integration

Crossposted at “Inside eLife” eLife and Dryad have long supported making research publicly accessible and reusable. Over the last years, Dryad has increasingly curated and published datasets supporting eLife publications. As the open science landscape continues to evolve, with a … Continue reading

Welcoming the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to Our Member Community

We are proud to welcome our first philanthropy to join the Dryad member community: Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI). By joining Dryad, CZI will cover the cost of curation and preservation for their grantees’  data publications, supporting them in following best … Continue reading

Deep Roots & Strong Branches: A Recap and Preview of Dryad’s Development Plans

Happy 2020! Kicking off the new year, our product development team wanted to take a moment to introduce our development processes and provide a glimpse into Dryad’s future directions. 2019 was an exciting year with our growth of 15% in … Continue reading

Dash Enables ORCiD Login

The Dash team has now added a second way to login and submit. In addition to using Single Sign-On, users now have the ability to login with ORCiD. This means that not only can you authenticate with ORCiD, but once you have logged in this way, your ORCiD ID will connect to your Dash account. … … Continue reading

Dash: The Data Publication Tool for Researchers

This post has been crossposted on Medium We all know that research data should be archived and shared. That’s why Dash was created, a Data Publishing platform free to UC researchers. Dash complies with journal and funder requirements, follows best practices, and is easy to use. In addition, new features are continuously being developed to better integrate with … … Continue reading

Disambiguating Dash and Merritt

What’s Dash? What’s Merritt? What’s the difference? After numerous questions about where things should go and what the differences are between our UC3 services, we got the hint that we are not communicating clearly. Clearing things up A group of us sat down and talked through different use cases and what wording we were using … … Continue reading