- A data management plan is a plan for how research data pertaining to a given research project is to be handled, both along the way and after the project is completed. It often contains a description of the types of research data the project is operating with. Ideally, such a plan should be made in advance and say something about how you intend to take care of the research data generated during the various phases of the project.
How to create a data management plan?
USN recommends a tool developed by the Norwegian Centre for Research Data when you start writing your DMP. It can be found here.
What should a data management plan contain?
- See different examples of what a plan may contain:
We also recommend that you take a look at our DMP FAQs below: