The workspace is the home of your content on Redivis.

As you use Redivis, you will start to build out your workspace with projects and datasets you've created and information you want to keep track of. Your workspace is only visible to you.

The workspace is used to keep track of:


A project is where you combine, query, and manipulate various datasets across Redivis.

You can create a project by clicking the Create new button on the project tab of your workspace. Any projects that you've created, or that have been shared with you, will show up here.

Saved tables

While working on a project, you can create a saved copy of any table you've generated. These saved tables will appear here, where you can reference or download them (depending on any data usage restrictions).


Any datasets that you've uploaded, starred, or have previously used in a project will appear here.


All organizations that you are a member of will appear here. You can discover new organizations on the home page, and learn more about joining organizations here.

You can manage your relationship with the organization (requirements, studies, access overview) by clicking on "View access details".


Every Redivis account has a storage and compute quota which reflects its current usage. You can get a quick look at your usage on the Dashboard tab and get more information in the Usage tab.


All projects you own (this does not include projects shared with you) contribute to your account's storage cost. You can see the total amount in GB per project and if necessary delete projects which take up unnecessary storage.


When you run an interactive query or run a transform, the compute cost of the operation will count towards your compute quota. Every user is granted a 1TB compute quota that is reset at the beginning of the month. You can keep your usage down by using dataset samples and following some best practices.


You can edit your account information in the Settings tab of your workspace. This information will be used when you are joining organizations to establish your identity.


This is your full name displayed across Redivis. This will appear when collaborators search for you to share their projects, and the name administrators will see when interacting with any access steps you've submitted. It does not need to be unique.


A unique name for your account. This will be publicly visible to others on Redivis.


Choose areas of interest and study that best represent your work and research.


Link your ORCID ID so organizations can see research you are working on. See for more information on setting up an account.


You can use any email listed here to log in to your account. If you have more than one email address, the one marked as 'Primary' will be the one to receive any emails. You can authenticate with additional institutional or Google emails by clicking Add email address to account button. If the email you add is associated with an institution or organization, the authenticated information we receive from them will be listed here. This will be used when you are joining organizations to verify your identity.


You can link Google Cloud Storage, Google BigQuery and Google Drive services to your Redivis account for faster data transfer. See Integrations for more information

API tokens

You can create and manage tokens here for working with the Redivis API. See our API documentation for more information.


This shows all sessions of Redivis your account is logged in to, and provides the ability to log out of any current sessions.