The research context supported by this specification is one in which academics and researchers construct a data management plan (DMP) at the point of writing a funding proposal, primarily to avoid generating duplicate data and to ensure that the data that are generated are optimized for re-use. Throughout the course of the research, the DMP is then used as a record of how the data are being managed, so that on completion of a project, the DMP brings together the information needed to deposit the data for long-term curation. The specification does not, however, cover how the DMP would need to be revised at the point of ingest to support long-term curation; it is aimed at data creators rather than data librarians. The purpose of this specification is not only to outline the information that should be recorded in a DMP for engineering research, but also the manner in which the DMP should be implemented and the functionality that the supporting data management infrastructure should provide.
|Place of Publication||Bath, UK|
|Publisher||University of Bath|
|Publication status||Unpublished - 2010|
|Name||ERIM Project Document|
- data association
- data infrastructure
- data management
Ball, A., Darlington, M., Howard, T., McMahon, C., & Culley, S. (2010). Engineering Research Data Management Plan Requirement Specification. (ERIM Project Document; No. erim6rep100901ab11). University of Bath.