This guide will provide general information about data management, including
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Wherever research is carried out, data of some kind is created. And where digital or web-based tools and approaches are used, it is likely that the data will be of greater amount and variety than in the past.
There has been a big push since 2008 or so to make research outputs and data more readily available, in part because federal agencies and funders have placed an emphasis on transparency, and partly because computers and the internet can make it easy to do so-- i.e., managing research data with the intention of sharing it. This is already a common practice among some research communities, and principles of Good Lab Practice and Responsible Conduct of Research apply to the practice of sharing data.
These resources can provide you with more data management information, training, and tools.