8167-TACC Training Webcast: Using Corral for Research Data Management
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Using Corral for Research Data Management (Webcast)

Corral is the research data storage resource provided by TACC as part of the UT System Research Cyberinfrastructure initiative.

In this training, current and prospective users will receive a brief overview of the system followed by detailed discussion of some of the common usage modes, examples of how to perform tasks such as uploading data, changing access permissions, and using graphical client tools to manipulate data on Corral.

We will demonstrate both basic file system access and the iRODS data management system, which provides additional metadata management and data collections features for users with complex collections of data, and we will also discuss important topics such as open vs closed web access, sharing of data, and incorporation of Corral into data management plans for NSF and NIH.

The class will consist of a roughly 2-hour presentation and webcast, followed by an opportunity for one-on-one training and consultation with TACC staff.

Click here to Register - you do not need to have an account at TACC to take this training online and the training is free.

Please submit any questions that you may have via the TACC consulting system:

The TACC liaison at UTPA is Graham Toal in the Office of Faculty & Research Support, ext 7161 <>

If you can attend in person, the class will be held at:

October 25, 2012
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
J.J. Pickle Research Campus
ROC 1.900
10100 Burnet Rd.
Austin, TX 78758