Data management plans - (guidance and review) Usually this is in preparation of applying for grant funding.
GIS - help in preparing and visualizing data with geographic or spatial qualities.
Data Visualization - help in designing graphs, charts and other visual displays of data. Both Humanities and hard sciences. Interactive or static displays. Useful for exploring the data you have collected and generated as well as visualizations for conveying information to others.
Finding Data -
Census data - American Fact Finder, Data Ferrett, NHGIS
Social science survey data - ICPSR
Other data - custom for your research project.
Purchasing data - The GetMeData program allows students to request datasets that the library purchases.
Preserving data - Data (collected, created, or purchased) is stored and preserved in the Miami Scholarly Commons.
Disseminating data - The Miami Scholarly Commons (connected through the library catalog) is a portal for people to download available datasets.
Database design - produce custom entities (database tables) and relationships to to store and retrieve research data.
Citing data - help creating the proper format for citing a dataset.