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Page: Accessing Amazon WorkSpaces
An invitation will be sent to your UT Dallas email with a link to create a user profile. Download the Mac or Windows Amazon WorkSpace client application When you open the client for the first time, you will be promp
Page: Accessing Optum COVID-19 Data on TACC
Summary Once a researcher has completed the process to obtain authorization to access the Optum COVID-19 data, they have created a TACC account, and provided with their TACC account details, t



Page: Code42 CrashPlan FAQ
What is Code42 CrashPlan? Code42 CrashPlan is a cloud-based enterprise solution that automatically backs-up your data. How do I get it installed on my computer? Code42 CrashPlan should already be installed on your computer. Please contact ORIS for technic
Page: Create a TACC Account
The Texas Advanced Computer Center (TACC) provides high-performance computing, visualization, data analysis, storage, software, and cloud, gateways & portal interfaces. Create a TACC account by following the instructions below. Navigate to https://portal.


Home page: Data Management Services
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Page: Develop SciENcv Biosketches
Summary Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae (SciENcv) is an online tool in the My NCBI platform which allows researchers to create funder specific biosketches. To make the most use out of SciENcv, it is highly encouraged to link your account to 3rd p
Page: DMPTool How-To Guide
Summary The DMPTool is a web-based application developed to aid researchers write Data Management Plans (DMP) and/or Technology Control Plans (TCP), using funding focused templates. Researchers can save, edit, and share plans as well as request a review o





Page: How to Use the Open Science Framework (OSF)
Please note this page is a work in progress. Login Navigate to In the top right, click the button "Sign In". OSF_Login_01.png Select the option "Sign in through institution" to sign-in using your UT Dall
Page: How-to articles


Page: Invite External Participants to a Teams Meeting
Summary Invite external participants, or guests, to a Teams meeting that are not part of your organization (in this case, UT Dallas). Without a login, and without having to download the Teams application, guests can participate in a meeting with the follo




Page: Linking an ORCID to External Resources
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Page: Setup an ORCID Account
Summary ORCID is a registry of researchers and scholars and their unique numerical identifiers. Its purpose is to distinguish scholars from one another (regardless of name variants) and provide those scholars with a means of linking to and sharing their r



Page: Upload Poster File to OSF
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