Practical Guide to Sustainable Research Data - Science Europe

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"Sharing and re-using data to reproduce research and build upon it, are a cornerstone of Open Science.

The sustainability of research data refers to their long-term preservation, accessibility, and interoperability. It is something that needs to be addressed by everyone involved.

Aligned policies and requirements can limit the collective effort needed and increase the usefulness of research data management."

Introduction to the guide:

"This Practical Guide provides guidance to ensure the long-term preservation and accessibility of research data, and supports organisations to provide a framework in which researchers can share their output in a sustainable way. It includes three complementary maturity matrices for funders, performers, and data infrastructures. These allow them to evaluate the current status of their policies and practices, and to identify next steps towards sustainable data sharing and seeking alignment with other organisations in doing so."


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Date tagged:

06/02/2021, 04:35

Date published:

06/02/2021, 00:35