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Current Trends in Research Data Management

  • N. S. RedkinaEmail author
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Abstract

This article presents an analysis of policies, guidelines and requirements set by governments of a number of countries in the field of data openness, grantors, and publishers, as well as a review of publications, which allows tracing the main trends in research data management, and the Guide to Research Data Management, which reflects the basic concepts and features of preparing a data management plan, metadata standards, data identifiers, etc. It is concluded that it is necessary to develop service management and create institutional and national research data management services.

Keywords:

data research data management research data plan open data FAIR Horizon 2020 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.State Public Scientific and Technological Library, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of SciencesNovosibirskRussia

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