"Being able to further develop DataWiz with the help of DFG funding is a great success, which decisively supports our strategic orientation towards becoming a universal provider of research-based infrastructure services for psychology and related disciplines," says Prof. Dr. Michael Bosnjak, Director of the Leibniz Institute for Psychology Information (ZPID).
"Our goal now is to improve usability and interoperability to make DataWiz a standard research tool in psychological science," says PD Dr. Erich Weichselgartner, Head of Archiving and Publishing Services.
Work on DataWiz started at ZPID in 2015. The free open science tool supports scientists in preparing research data professionally - from the beginning to the end of the research process. Data can be shared amongst a team and transferred to a repository such as PsychArchives.
Further information about the assistance system can be found on the DataWiz homepage.