Data Management Video and Services at CDS
Responsible handling of data is important for the quality and reproducibility of research. In short, data management can be defined as the creation, storage, maintenance, disclosure, and archiving of research data.
The role of data in research varies per subject area, but in the end there is more that binds our various forms of research than there are differences. The issues that this video deals with certainly do not apply to one specific discipline only.
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How to manage and store the data your research produces?
Maartje van der Woude (Professor of Law and Society) en Sander Nieuwenhuis (Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience of Decision Making) tell us more about their experiences with data management and why making a data management plan is important for their research.
The Centre for Digital Scholarship offers help
The CDS supports reponsible data management by means of policy and guidance, training and workshops, practical help and advice, available to all researchers of Leiden University.
The CDS data management team is happy to answer your questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org