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REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a secure, Web-based application designed to support traditional case report form data capture for your research studies. It is provided at no cost for use with any research project. For those with funding, fee-based configuration services are also available to jump-start a given project.

REDCap was originally developed at Vanderbilt University. The University of Florida and more than 195 other partners now comprise the REDCap Consortium that continues to develop and support the software. Read more about REDCap’s features at the consortium Web site at

Using REDCap’s streamlined process for rapidly developing databases, users create a project, define and organize the data they wish to capture, build the related forms and associate them with study events. Other features include automated export procedures for seamless data downloads to Excel and common statistical packages (SPSS, SAS, Stata, R), as well as a built-in project calendar, a scheduling module, ad hoc reporting tools, and advanced features, such as branching logic, file uploading, and calculated fields.

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Latest News and Updates 

On Monday, Feb. 20, 2017, the CTS-IT will upgrade REDCap from version 6.11.5 to 6.18.0. You can expect a downtime for REDCap from 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. while we complete the upgrade. The new version includes several new features as well as improvements to existing features. Some of the most exciting features include enhanced radio buttons and checkboxes for surveys, auto-suggestion of variables names when typing in calculations and branching logic, the ability to create custom Public Survey URLs, and a more responsive user interface to conform to and fit screens on devices of all sizes. Read full descriptions of these new and improved features.

UF REDCap Terms of Use and Policies

Is REDCap right for my study?

This is a question we frequently receive. REDCap supports prospective and retrospective studies and multicenter clinical trials very well. It has been used across a broad spectrum of research, from bench studies to community-based research. It works best for research projects that have a limited number of well defined time points; it is not optimized for use in creating registries.

REDCap Support Services provides free consultation for investigators with mature projects. We will help you determine if REDCap is a ‘good fit’ for your project and can explain in detail the support and configuration services that are available. For a no-cost consultation, contact the REDCap Support Services Team by submitting a REDCap Service Request.


Training is available through a variety of mechanisms here at the University of Florida; trainings are announced through the REDCap-all Listserv that all registered users are subscribed to.

Online Training Videos are provided by the REDCap Consortium and are available to all. These videos provide users the necessary information to get started as well as a standing reference library to refer to while creating your project.

Introduction to REDCap – This lecture and demonstration provides a basic overview of the Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) system; how REDCap can speed time to database creation and deployment; best practices; and provides a general overview of its many powerful data collection and management features. This course is directed towards new users or those with little experience in using REDCap.

Registration for REDCap training is available through the myTraining portal.

Configuration Service

REDCap software and end-user support are provided at no-cost to UF investigators. Investigators have no-cost access to REDCap, training and end-user support, but must learn details of project development and build their own projects.

While this model serves many investigators very well – especially young investigators with pilot studies – early on we identified the need to provide a more complete service for funded investigators. To that end, we offer a REDCap configuration service that can develop and deliver a fully operational REDCap project to you based on your protocol, case report forms and/or time and events schedule.

Use of our configuration service saves investigators time, reduces the learning curve, and ensures that best practices are applied during the development of their project. Costs for the configuration are very competitive for both the UF community and external clients, and inquires are encouraged. With two weeks notice, quotes can be provided for grant submissions. For more details, contact the REDCap Support Services Team by submitting a REDCap Service Request.

Support Services

The REDCap Support Services Team provides end-user support and project configuration for University of Florida Investigators and their staff. Support is available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays.

Support Contact

Submit your request for REDCap support by submitting a REDCap Service Request.