Review of Data Management Lifecycle Models

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Abstract

The requirements specified by the REDm-MED Project for data management plans will be assembled both from a ‘bottom-up’ elicitation process involving researchers and academics, and ‘top-down’ from funder requirements, institutional policy and known good practice. Data management lifecycle models provide a structure for considering the many operations that will need to be performed on a data record throughout its life; as such they can also act as a useful touchstone for ensuring the requirements specification has sufficient coverage of key data management operations.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationBath, UK
PublisherUniversity of Bath
StatusUnpublished - 13 Feb 2012

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Keywords

  • data lifecycle
  • research lifecycle
  • research data management

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Ball, A. (2012). Review of Data Management Lifecycle Models. Bath, UK: University of Bath.

Review of Data Management Lifecycle Models. / Ball, Alexander.

Bath, UK : University of Bath, 2012.

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Ball, A 2012, Review of Data Management Lifecycle Models. University of Bath, Bath, UK.
Ball A. Review of Data Management Lifecycle Models. Bath, UK: University of Bath, 2012.
Ball, Alexander. / Review of Data Management Lifecycle Models. Bath, UK : University of Bath, 2012.
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