Data Management and Sharing
Data Collection Tools
REDCap is a mature, secure web application for building and managing online surveys and databases. Reach out to email@example.com for more information or sign up for one of their Zoom-in clinic sessions if you need help with REDCap. REDCap Training Central is for people who are interested in using REDCap and want to learn more about it.
Access Existing Datasets
Data Access and Discovery Services by JHU Data Services
JHU Data Services unit can assist you with identifying both commercial and publicly-available datasets. In addition, we provide access to ArcGIS software (campus license) and in-house access to Stata and SPSS.
- Map and GIS service: For more information regarding geospatial data and ArcGIS please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or see the Research Guides about GIS and Map:
- Geospatial Concepts: An overview of introductory geospatial concepts
- Esri Software Access: Information and links to download Esri software and data for the JHU community
- Teaching GIS & Maps: Resources for JHU community members teaching GIS
- Maps & Online Map Resources: Information on accessing Johns Hopkins University's map collection, and beyond
- Data and Statistics: For more information on research datasets available for analysis, please email email@example.com or see the Data and Statistics Research Guide.
Guides for Finding Secondary Health Data by Welch Medical Library
The Welch Medical Library has two guides to help researchers in health and medical fields to find secondary data for research.
CCDA is under Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) at JHMI. It assists researchers with accessing clinical data for research purposes and helps researchers complying privacy and security regulations.
The PMAP platform pulls data from a Data Commons, including the EPIC data and other data sources, and researchers can access those data with IRB approval and analyze them in a secured environment. PMAP is available to all Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers and the fee model can be found here.
A global registry of data repositories that covers research data repositories from different academic disciplines. Use re3data.org to search for data repositories in a specified discipline and download and/or deposit data there.