Being mindful of how you manage your data will help you to:
Research data refers to anything that is required to validate or reproduce research findings, or to get a better understanding of them.
Making data available in a well-timed and responsible way ensures other researchers can validate it, develop it and use it to progress knowledge.
The management of research data is essential to high quality research and academic integrity. Whether you are an undergraduate, graduate, or an academic working on a research project, managing your data well is one of the best ways ensure standardisation, reproducibility, and the ability to disseminate your research; along with saving you time in the long run. Without proper data management, the validity of research results might be doubted, jeopardising your reputation, as well as the reputation of the college.
Where can I deposit my data?
A list of other trusted repositories is available at Re3data.
A practical guide to the international alignment of research data management - Science Europe
This resource offers targeted guidance for organisations, scientific communities, as well as individual researchers, to organise research data and preserve it appropriately.
How to create a Data Management Plan - OpenAIRE
Guides for Researchers for H2020 projects.
How to Develop a Data Management and Sharing Plan - Digital Curation Centre
Outlines the process of developing a data management and sharing plan.