Data Management

Research Data Management Service Group (RDMSG)

RDMSG is a collaborative, campus-wide organization that links Cornell University faculty, staff and students with data management services to meet their research needs. Services include creation and implementation of data management plans, and helping researchers find specialized data management services they require at any stage of the research process, including initial exploration, data gathering, analysis and description, long term preservation and access.

Data Storage Finder

Self-service, interactive tool to help discover and evaluate options for data storage at Cornell, including WCM and Cornell Tech.

Cornell CyberCommons

A common front door to computational, storage, and consulting resources for Cornell researchers that includes resources for regulated and non-regulated data. Resource providers include Weill Cornell IT services, Cornell IT, the Scientific Computing Unit, and the Center for Advanced Computing.

Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research (CISER)

CISER enable's social scientists to reach further, do more with less, and extend the impact of their research beyond what is possible to accomplish alone. We offer a range of support, technology, and collaboration in five focus areas: Data services, research, computing resources, consulting, and training.

Survey Research Institute (SRI)

SRI provides survey research, data collection, and analysis services to a wide-range of academic, non-profit, governmental, and corporate clientele. With a state-of-the-art facility located at Cornell University, SRI possesses extensive capabilities for telephone, mail and web survey data collection. The range of subject areas SRI has had first-hand experience and expertise with varies from social issues, dealing with topics sensitive in nature, to issues relevant to policy makers regarding health care, the environment, social needs, and security. SRI has extensive experience in conducting surveys of people of varying cultural backgrounds and has a keen understanding of these subtle cultural differences and their impact on surveying methods.