The Collaborative Archive & Data Research Environment (CADRE) project has announced a new fellowship program in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The fellowship program, called the Research Cohort for the Study of Coronaviruses (RCSC) will accept researchers who are performing work related to COVID-19 or coronaviruses. There is currently no deadline for proposal submissions, and accepted researchers and research teams can begin their work immediately. See here to submit an RCSC research proposal form.
As an RCSC researcher, you can:
- Access and query across the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19) of scholarly literature, Web of Science, and Microsoft Academic Graph on the CADRE platform
- Use CADRE’s GUI query-builder, Jupyter Notebook coding environment, and cloud-computing resources
- Receive intensive technical support for your work from the CADRE team
- Present your research in the the CADRE fellows webinar series
If you have questions about CADRE or the RCSC fellowship program, contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ohio State University Libraries is a partner institution on the CADRE project, which means that all Ohio State researchers can access the platform to work with the Web of Science, Microsoft Academic Graph, and U.S. Patent and Trademark Office datasets. Visit the Getting Started page on the CADRE website to learn more.
To sign in to the CADRE platform using your Ohio State credentials, follow these steps:
- Visit the CADRE gateway site, and click “Login.”
- Choose the option to “Sign in with your corporate ID” by clicking the “cilogon” button.
- Under “Select an Identity Provider,” choose “Ohio State University” in the dropdown menu. Check the box to “Remember this selection” (so you can bypass this step in the future), and click “Log On.”
- You will be redirected to the familiar Ohio State single sign-on screen, where you can log in with your name.# and password.
- Once logged in, you will land on the CADRE dashboard, with access to the Query Interface and Jupyter Notebook environments.