Research data takes many forms, ranging from measurements, numbers and images to documents and publications. These webpages will help you plan, create, organise and look after your data.
Do you know what formats to use or how to manage IPR and ethics? Who can help you explain this in your data plan?
Can you name your files, structure your folders and control versions in a way that makes data easy to find and use?
Can you and your collaborators access all of the files you need? How does the storage you choose affect options for remote access?
How can you store and back-up your data securely? Can the repository help you select and care for your data in the long-term?
Bidding for funding | Data planning | Choosing file formats | Intellectual property rights | Data protection & ethics | Freedom of Information | Naming files | Structuring data | Documentation | Storage | Remote access | Security | Back-up | Selection | Preservation | Repositories | Data sharing | Research data management at the University of Glasgow
About data management support for researchers