A reference guide with information and resources to help you manage your research data
How can I best manage my data throughout the lifecycle of my research to save time and money in the future?
What are my options for effectively organizing, storing, securing, computing, and analyzing my research data?
Tweets from Harvard Library @hlrdmp
- RO-Crate (Research Object Crate) Specification 1.0 for "organizing file-based data with associated metadata, using linked data principles, in both human & machine-readable formats, with the ability to include additional domain-specific metadata." t.co/Ego23p7Xdc
- Yes, #DataManagement needs to bring together the researchers and curators, some of which are other researchers, some are librarians and then there is the general public that can and does participate via #citizenscience #Wikimedia @Wikidata & @WikiCite. #OpenScienceUN #FAIRdata t.co/KIBN2L1D3s
- Today’s #RCR discussion w @harvardmed #Postdocs uncovers a major disconnect between managing research and managing research data. Learn #RDM best practices here: t.co/668oQ20MKI @jgolds2 @HMSCountway t.co/QmOrAjBGP1