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Follow-up Report on the RDM Network Meeting in March

March 30th, 2023 | by
The photo represents the key points such as date, topic, etc. for the network meeting on March 8, 2023

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On March 8, 2023, it was time once again: the data stewards, RDM officers and RDM interested parties at RWTH Aachen University met for the regular open meeting of the RDM network online via Zoom. The subject of the meeting was the TRUST principles and how they can improve the reuse of research data.


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RDM Explained – How Do I Find Research Data?

November 4th, 2022 | by

The findability and reusability of research data are important aspects of research data management and part of the FAIR principles (Findability and Reusability). The sustainable preparation and professional publication of research data offers various possibilities for reuse. Meta-analyses, optimization of own study designs and model calibrations are just a few examples. However, finding suitable data for reuse is increasingly becoming a challenge due to steadily growing data volumes and increasing diversification of data types and storage locations. So, what are the places to go and what are the options for finding data?

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3rd Open Data Impact Award – Stifterverband Once Again Seeks Innovative Open Data

June 30th, 2022 | by
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As part of its initiative innOsci – Forum for Open Innovation Culture, the Stifterverband is announcing the Open Data Impact Award for the third time. The initiative aims to make Open Data in science more visible and strengthen it. The cooperation partner is DUZ – Magazin für Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft. A funding amount totalling 30,000 euros will be provided.

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RDM Explained – Benefits and Possibilities of Data Publication

February 10th, 2022 | by
RDM explained - Benefits and Possibilities of Data Publication

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Research data are the raw material of research work and thus decisive for scientific progress. In order to derive the greatest possible benefit from the data, its accessibility and reusability is essential. They should therefore never be stored on a USB stick and disappear in a private drawer.

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