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Checklists and Planning Tools

Many funding agencies are now requiring researchers to create data management plans.  These documents detail how data will be handled during and after a research project and get researchers thinking about data organization, formatting, metadata, accessibility, and preservation issues early in the research process.

The below guides can help researchers consider important questions about managing data.

Tools for Crafting Data Management Plans

The following tools can be used by researchers to craft data plans and determine the best way to manage their data during and after a research project.

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