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Research Data Management

This guide will assist you to store and manage your research data throughout the research data lifecycle, from planning to publishing!

DOIs make Data Findable & Citable 

A Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is a persistent identifier.

Minting a DOI provides a permanent and persistent  link to a digital object.  If the digital object's URL location on the web changes, the DOI link is updated to the new resolving URL.  A DOI ensures: discovery, access and citation tracking and metrics.

Why get a DOI for your dataset?

Datasets with DOIs enable consistent and correct citation by others which ensures the impact of your research is measured.


DOI minting for published Research Data Portal (RDP) datasets

  • Open published datasets - DataCite DOI is automatically minted when a open dataset is published
  • Mediated published datasets - DataCite DOI is automatically minted when a mediated dataset is published
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