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Research Data Management for Researchers

Check out our short guide:


RDM Principles explained in 6 steps


In these pages you will find advice on:

  • Funder requirements and research data policies
  • Data Management Plans
  • Storing research data during your project
  • Archiving and sharing research data


Research data management (RDM)

is an integral part of good research practice that allows reliable verification of results, protects the intellectual and financial investment made in its creation, enables it to be shared and prompts new and innovative research

University of Plymouth Research Data Policy

Funder Requirements

RDM Guide 1:

Research Data Planning (DMP)

RDM Guide 2:

Research Data Storage

RDM Guide 3:

Research Data Deposit