Guidelines: Data management
Report: Data Curation
This report presents an overview of the current practice of data curation in the Netherlands:
The report includes results of a survey and recommendations for next steps. A basic reading guide on the subject of data curation can be found in the appendices.
We appeal to you to fill in the task group's version of the American CURATE(D) matrix, in order to make the daily practice of data curation in the Netherlands transparent:
In the (shared) document please add your information in a new column.
Poster: DMP requirements from funders
Advice: Online DMP tools
Shades of Open
Advice: Criteria for a DMP template
Advice: DMP reviewer experiences
Poster: What a researcher needs
Flyer: FAIR checklist
A leaflet for download and print.
Read about FAIR at the LCRDM wiki.
FAIR: One should be able to find data via catalogues or search engines (Findable), access restrictions and licences must be specified (Accesible), data should preferably be found automatically and embedded in other data (Interoperable), origins of data must be clear and standards must be used in the data display and in its metadata (Reusable).