Research data management (RDM) is the care and maintenance of data that is produced during the course of a research cycle. It includes thoughtfully considering how you:
Managing your data well is one of the best ways to ensure standardization, reproducibility, and the ability to disseminate your research to others with minimal time and effort.
This video portrays a data management cautionary tale of what shouldn't happen when a researcher makes a data sharing request. Topics included are: storage, documentation, and file formats.
Note: all data classes are currently offered online via Zoom.