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Spring Cleaning Workshops

The Princeton Research Data Service (PRDS) is offering an upcoming series of three lunch-hour workshops focused on “spring cleaning.” The first, coming up quickly on April 19, is entitled “Data File Inventory: Bringing Order to Chaos in Your Data Folders” and addresses a wide audience with general strategies and practical recommendations for researchers at all technical skill levels. The second, “Keep the Clusters Clean,” is scheduled for May 6, and it aims at users of Research Computing systems, with guidance for keeping personal folders within /tigress well-managed within the storage quotas. The third in the series is “Data Storage: Keep, Trash, or Publish?” on May 21, and will guide researchers from various disciplines through the decision making process for the life of research data after initial usage.