Research Data Management (RDM) is a broad term that encompasses all practices and actions to ensure that research data are secure, sustainable, and easy to find, understand and (re)use, not only during a research project, but also in the longer term. Taking proper care of data is an essential ...
The research data lifecycle is a key concept within Research Data Management (RDM). It describes the different stages research data go through before, during, and after a research project. Various data management activities take place within each stage of the data lifecycle, and the choices made in one stage influence ...
DMPonline.be is an online tool to help Ghent University researchers write an effective Data Management Plan (DMP). This tip explains how to use this tool.
What is a DMP?
A Data Management Plan is a formal document that specifies how research data will be handled both during and ...
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On drafting a data management plan (DMP)
Data management planning as part of FWO policy
As of 2018, the FWO has made Research Data Management (RDM) a key element of its policy for all support channels. This entails new requirements for researchers regarding data management planning (see the UGent RDM webpages for more details on FWO policy). ...
FAIR refers to a set of attributes that enable and enhance the reuse of data (and other digital objects) by both humans and machines. The 'FAIR' acronym stands for:
The FAIR principles originated in the life sciences, but can also be applied ...
ERC volgt het Open Sciencebeleid van Horizon2020. Dit bestaat uit een Open Access mandaat voor publicaties en een Open Research Data Pilot voor onderzoeksdata.
Wat houdt de Open Research Data Pilot in?
Open data is data die vrij gebruikt, herbruikt en opnieuw verspreid kan worden door iedereen, hoogstens beperkt door ...