NSF Data Management Plan Requirements:
Proposals submitted on or after January 18, 2011, must include a supplementary document of no more than two pages labeled “Data Management Plan”.
Collaboration, accessibility and transparency are necessary for data management in modern science. Science.gov, NSF, NIH and other federal agencies mandate data plans with grant proposals.
Start with this list:
---- Make a plan to store your data
---- Find the right medium to store your data
---- Develop a system to organize your data
---- Make sure that your data has easy access
---- Make sure that your data is safe and secure.
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DMPTool: Instructions for creating a data management plan (DMP) that meets the requirements of specific funding agencies
EZID: Create persistent identifiers (DOIs and ARKs) for digital content. Berkeley researchers can contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for a free account.
Data Management Guidelines:
Data management (UCB): information on data requirements, management and sharing [ScienceLibraries@UC Berkeley]
Data Management General Guidance: Guidelines for creating, organizing, managing, and sharing your data [CDL]
NSF data management plan requirements: An outline from the NSF Directorate for Biological Sciences
Preparing data management plans for NSF grant applications: UC Berkeley-specific tutorials and guidelines for NSF data management plans [Science Libraries @ UC Berkeley]
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