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Publication# EPFL Library Research Data Management Fastguides

Abstract

This is a set of 11 1-sheet guides, providing abridged notions, advice and references for quick and practical research data management: #01 Research Data: the basics #02 FAIR Data Principles #03 Cost of Research Data Management #04 File Formats #05 Metadata #06 Code #07 ELN - Electronic Lab Notebook #08 Personal Data Management #09 Data Masking #10 Storage, Publication and Preservation #11 DMP - Data Management Plan. First introduced as posters by EPFL Library during the EPFL part of Love Data Week 2019 world event (11-15 Feb. 2019, Lausanne).

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