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  • Updated on: May 04, 2018

    Create Components

    Components are like sub-projects that help you organize different parts of your research. Components have their own privacy settings, contributors, wiki, add-ons, and files.

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    Create a Project

    This article will show you how to create an OSF project. Projects are the largest form of categorization that the OSF supports. A project can be an experiment, a lab group, or a paper—anything that has contributing members and files or explanatory texts/images.

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    Add a New Email Address to Your Account

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    Merge Your Accounts

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    Reset Your Password

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    Edit Your Profile

    Updating your profile only takes seconds and makes it easier for current and future collaborators to find you. You can input social media profiles, employment, and educational history so other researchers can more easily discover, share, and collaborate with you.

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    Create an OSF Account

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    Search OSF Registries

    Manual Registries
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    Tag Your Project

    You can add tags to your projects, components, and files to enhance discoverability of your work.

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    Generate Citations

    Every project, component, file, and user has a unique, persistent URL on the OSF. This means that anything you upload and make public on the OSF can be cited, giving you credit for your work. Pre-formatted citations are displayed on every Project and Component Overview page.