Research Data Management (RDM) is the practice of managing, organising and preserving all of the information used to produce research, from the initial planning and searching through to post-publication. Navigate through the blue tabs above to learn more. This data comprises of a range of records such as notes, spreadsheets, surveys, emails, published material and grey literature.
Why is RDM important?
Applying RDM practices facilitates sharing and re-use of information for future investigations - helping research evolve and reducing duplication of effort. It also ensures that research has integrity and is compliant in terms of copyright, licensing and attribution. In many cases, funded research will mandate the application of RDM.
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