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Research data support

Supporting data curation, visualisation and publication

The Library works closely with researchers and HDR students to help them make the most of their research data and comply with University policy, legislative requirements and policies from funders and publishers. Our data consultants can help ensure that data is:

  • well managed and documented during a research project
  • retained in an accessible format as per University policy
  • effectively published and/or preserved
  • communicated using the best suited visualisation techniques

We are available for individual consultations and training sessions across the University and have a series of scheduled training sessions throughout the year.

We are also available to consult directly with faculties and units on projects requiring subject matter expertise for data curation, visualisation and publication.

For all enquiries, please email researchdatasupport@sydney.edu.au, or contact a team member:


  • Piyachat Ratana
    For help with…
    • Essential practices for research data management, data publishing, data archiving and FAIR data.
    • Creation of digital object identifiers (DOIs) for research outputs.
    +61 2 8627 4281
    Appointment
  • Ryan Stoker
    For help with…
    • Essential practices for research data management, data publishing and data archiving.
    • Training in text and data mining concepts and access to resources for mining.
    +61 2 8627 6435
    Appointment
  • Kayla Maloney
    Role
    • How to effectively communicate your research through data visualisation, selecting the best visualisation type and/or the best tool.
    • Training in text and data mining concepts and access to resources for mining.
    +61 2 8627 1907
    Appointment
  • Somaya Langley
    Role
    • Good practices for digital archiving, digital curation and digital preservation
    • Guidance around file formats for long-term access and preservation.
    +61 2 8627 9189
    Appointment