Monthly Archives: November 2014

Well begun is half done : 3 good reasons to write a DMP

Please note: many of the links in this post are internal only. In recent years, an increasing number of funders have mandated the submission of a Data Management Plan (DMP) either during the bid stage or at the beginning of … Continue reading

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ORO’s Long Tail

Every month I report on the most downloaded items from ORO.  It’s a monthly Top 15 that highlights the most popular (in terms of downloads of full text) items in ORO.  The numbers are impressive!  For the last few months … Continue reading

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New guidance: sharing and publishing sensitive research data

For many researchers, the sensitivity of research data is one of the main barriers to data sharing. There is often a perception that sensitive data cannot be shared ethically, or would be too timely to anonymise to a suitable standard … Continue reading

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