The Open Science Framework (OSF) is a Web-based project management tool created by the Center for Open Science (COS). It was designed to promote research transparency, quality and reproducibility. The OSF allows individuals or groups to develop a project workflow, organize data, develop documentation and share all or part of your project with the greater research community.
Duke is an OSF Institutions member. Through this membership, Duke researchers are able to use their NetID for login and affiliate their projects under a Duke masthead.
These are features that the RDM Team felt were especially useful for research project lifecycle management, but of course there are more. To learn more about the OSF, you can use our walkthrough (public - no login required), view how others at Duke have used it, do a general search of public OSF projects, or browse the full list of OSF Guides.