A Data Management Plan (DMP) is a plan for describing, storing, and sharing research data. Librarians at the Health Sciences Library are able to help you create a plan to manage and store your data. Contact Marie Ascher, or Deborah Crooke to set up an appointment to go over your data management planning needs.
Creating a DMP not only fulfills many funding requirements, but can ensure that your data is well-documented and organized for future reference. Establishing policies for reuse and sharing makes it clear how or how not your data can be used in the future.
Based on the National Science Foundation requirements for a data management plan, some things your plan should include are:
A data management horror story by Karen Hanson, Alisa Surkis and Karen Yacobucci at NYU Health Sciences Libraries.
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