Resources for managing your research data.
Source: Primer: Research Data Management by the Portage Training Expert Group, 2019.(CC-BY)
Quoted from: Primer: Research Data Management by the Portage Training Expert Group, 2019. (CC-BY)
The following video from the UK Data Archive describes typical data management activities that take place at each stage of the research process. (Note: There is no audio in this video.)
Research data management refers to the storage, access and preservation of data produced from a given investigation. RDM practices cover the entire lifecycle of the data, from planning the investigation to conducting it, and from backing up data as it is created and used, to long term preservation of data deliverables after the research investigation has concluded. Specific activities and issues that fall within the category of RDM include:
Quoted from: "Research Data Management" in CASRAI Research Data Management Glossary (CC-BY)
RDM is an integral component of the research process which benefits both researchers and society.
For researchers, good research data management:
For society at large, RDM:
Starting in 2022, the Tri-Agencies will require the submission of research data management plans (DMP's) with many funding applications. See: