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Remediation Data Management Plans: A Tool for Recovering Research Data from Messy, Messy Projects Public Deposited

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  • Data Management Plans (DMPs) have been used in the last decade to encourage good data management practices among researchers. DMPs are widely used, preventive tools that encourage good data management practices. DMPs are traditionally used to manage data during the planning stage of the project, often required for grant proposals, and prior to data collection. In this paper we will use a case study to argue that Data Management Plans can be useful in improving the management of the data of research projects that have moved beyond the planning stage of the research life cycle. In particular, we focus on the case of active projects where data has already been collected and is still being analyzed. We discuss the differences and commonalities in structure between preventive Data Management Plans and remedial Data Management Plans, and describe in detail the additional considerations that are needed when writing remedial Data Management Plans: the goals and audience of the document, the data inventory, and an implementation plan.
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  • Llebot, C. (2018). Remediation Data Management Plans: a Tool for Revocering Research Data from Messy, Messy Projects. International Journal of Digital Curation, 13(1), 352-361.
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