Managing and sharing research data : a guide to good practice /
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Researcher's responsibilities towards their research data are set to change across all domains of scientific endeavour. Research funders are increasingly mandating open access to research data; goverments internationally are demanding transparancy in research ; the economic climate is requiring security pratices. All these factors mean that researchers will need to improve, enhance and professionalize their research data management skills to meet the challenge of producing highest quality shareable reusable research outputs in a responsible and efficient way. Robust research data management techniques give researchers and data professionals the skills required to deal with the rapid, and uneven, developements in the data management environment.
The importance of managing and sharing research data / The research data lifecycle / Research data management planning / Documenting and providing context for data / Formatting and organizing data / Storing and transferring data / Legal and ethical issues in sharing data / Rights relating issues in sharing data / Collaborative research: Data management strategies for research teams and research managers / Making use of other people's research data: oppotunities and limitations / publishing and citing research data
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