Introduction to research data management
Understanding data and research data management can play a significant role in your research.
Data Management refers to the storage, access and preservation of data produced from a given investigation.
Research Data Management will:
- support high quality of research
- ensure research integrity and reproducibility
- ensure and enhance data security
Research data management is relevant to all stages of the research process as it covers the lifecycle of the research data: the planning stages; conducting the investigation; backing up data and preserving data long term.
UK data service offers a brief overview of the research data lifecycle:
Data management training at City
Good research needs good data
Kevin Ashley (Digital Curation Centre) delivered training on research data management earlier this year.
The slide show and accompanying audio that covers the topics below is available to download.
A session on Publishing Data on Figshare was also facilitated by Megan Hardeman from FigShare.
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|Data publishing and Open data||slides|