1 Introduction to Research Data Management Tom Melvin, Anita Schwartz, and Jessica Cote April 13, 2016
2 What Will We Cover? Why is managing data important? Organizing and storing research data Sharing and preserving research data Elements of a Data Management Plan (DMP) Ethical and Legal issues Data Management Budgeting The DMPTool
3 Well organized, documented, preserved and shared data advance scientific inquiry and increase opportunities for learning and innovation.
4 Government Mandates October 1, 2003: NIH applications over $500,000 required a DMP or state why it was not possible. January 18, 2011: NSF required all grant applications to submit a two page DMP December 2011: Research Works Act (RWA) February 2012: Federal Research Public Access Act (FRPA) May 2012: Require free access over the internet to scientific journal articles arising from taxpayer funded research petition February 2013: OSTP Memorandum May 2013: White House Executive Order February 2015: HHS release plans to comply with 2013 memorandum
5 What is Data? Qualitative deals with descriptions. Data can be observed but not measured. Colors, textures, smells, tastes, appearance, beauty, etc. Quantitative deals with numbers. Data which can be measured. Length, height, area, volume, weight, speed, time, temperature, humidity
6 Data Types (Examples) Observational data Sensor readings, survey data (irreplaceable) Experimental data Gene sequences (reproducible, but expensive) Derived/compiled data Compiled database (reproducible, but expensive)
7 Why is Managing Data Important? Stay organized throughout the research process Comply with requirements (journal or funder) Ability to validate and reproduce research Ability to disseminate for other s use
8 Worse Case Scenarios What if someone stole a department laptop, the department went up in flames, or the data were infected with a virus or some other disaster were to take place? Would the data be retrievable?
9 First Steps in Managing Data 1. Figure out the criteria for keeping data 2. Think about where to store the data 3. Consider the metadata to collect to document the datasets - (data can only be cited if it has suitable metadata giving details of the dataset and where it can be found.)
10 Not All File Formats Are Created Equal ASCII text (e.g. CSV), not Excel MPEG-4, not Quicktime TIFF or JPEG2000, not JPG XML or RDF, not RDBMS Consider using non-proprietary, open-source, standard format Some open formats include: FITS, HDF, GRIB
11 File Organization and Management Going through the cycle of processing the data analyzing the data weeding out duplicate or erroneous data files It s critical to develop and document a directory and file naming convention!
12 Where Should the Data be Kept? Storing the data during the project versus Storing the data long-term (preservation and sharing)
13 Project Data Storage Check with your college IT professional for departmental storage and backup solutions. Central IT can work with you and/or your college IT professional to investigate other backup and recovery solutions.
14 Long Term Data Storage Preserve and share the research data in order to: Further science as a whole Further the research and researcher reputation Enable new discoveries with the data Comply with funder or publisher data sharing requirements Will the data be accessible and usable when it is needed?
15 Data Repositories Data repositories may or may not include preservation Domain repositories Some funders require that the data be deposited in a specialist archive where other researchers in the field can easily access and cite the data. Institutional repositories (e.g., UDSpace)
16 How to Choose the Right Repository Who can access the data? Is it Open Data? Open data is data that can be freely used, reused and redistributed by anyone - subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and sharealike. - Open Data Handbook, Open Knowledge
17 Repository Directories Repositories for Open Data DataCite (re3data.org)
18 Why Have a Data Management Plan? 1. Meet funding agency requirements; provides an edge in the grant selection process. 2. Increases the citation count. 3. Ensure research integrity and replication. 4. Facilitates the sharing of data. 5. Helps manage the data. 6. Allows for the budgeting for data retention.
19 Roles and Responsibilities How will the responsibilities for managing the data be delegated? Who will monitor the data management plan? Who will have responsibility over time for the decisions about the data? Example: The primary responsibility for managing the data will belong to the PI, Lizabeth Schlemer. If the PI is not available, both Linda Vanasupa and Aaron Estrada will be able to access the data and continue to management. It is the goal to house the data in the Digital Commons at Cal Poly. The data will be uploaded at the completion of the grant and then the responsibility for the information will be transferred to the Library. Any data not deemed public will be keep on the computer belong into the PI, which is backed up periodically.
20 Expected Data Types of data, samples, physical collections, software, curriculum materials. Describe the expected types of data to be retained. Describe file types, dataset size, number of expected files or sets, content. Example: The data for this project will include 60 interviews with Engineering Faculty and a set of survey data. The interviews will be stored with both audio files and transcribed text files. The surveys will be store in excel spread sheets and include survey answers and demographic information. Transcribed text will be verified to the audio files. No fewer than two copies of the data will be kept at all times and will be located in different locations. In addition, data for public access will be anonymized and stripped of identifying information. This process anonymizing will be documented.
21 Period of Data Retention Describe the period of data retention. Exceptions requiring longer retention periods. Estimate how long your data will be kept after the completion of research. Example: The data will be available for a 10 year period after completion of the grant.
22 Data Formats and Metadata Describe specific data formats, media, including any metadata. Example: There will be three file types: Audio, Text and Spreadsheet. For each of these we will include an ID for the individual interviewed along with date, location, file size and level of anonymization that occurred (for public files). We will create a naming system for the files that will indicate the meta data. For files uploaded to Digital Commons we will include a complete descriptor with the file.
23 Data Dissemination and Policies for Public Access, Sharing, and Publication Delays Articulate how sharing of primary data is to be implemented. Policies for public access and provisions for protection of privacy. How will data be shared and managed with stakeholders. Clearly state publication delay policies. Example: It is the goal to house the data in the Digital Commons at Cal Poly. The data will be uploaded at the completion of the grant. The individual s privacy will be insured by removing any identifiable information. The data will be publicly available through Cal Poly s Digital Commons and through our research website. The access to the data will comply with the IRB requirements. Although we will publish findings based on the data, it is hoped that the data will be a rich source of inquiry for anyone interested in educational research. We only request attribution in the use of the data.
24 Data Storage and Preservation of Access Describe physical and cyber resources and facilities used for retention. Long term strategy for storing, archiving, and preserving data. What archives/repository/database will the data be deposited. What procedures do they have for preservation and backup. Example: The data will be housed long term on Cal Poly' Digital Commons with all the guarantees afforded data curation on our campus. It is hoped the data will be kept for 10 years after completion of the research.
25 Legal and Ethical Issues Intellectual Property Issues a. Who owns the data? b. How can the data be used? c. Collected data vs. system used for storage. d. Does a database have copyright protection?
26 Data Management Budgeting Could the budget and its justification specifically address the costs of implementing the Data Management Plan? Yes. As long as the costs are: In accordance with Uniform Guidance, sponsor policy, and institutional policy Necessary to implement the Data Management Plan, Specifically allocable to the project, Included on the proposal budget, and Justified in the budget justification.
28 Publication/Documentation/Dissemination Line G2 on the NSF Proposal Budget The proposal budget may request funds for the costs of documenting, preparing, publishing or otherwise making available to others the findings and products of the work conducted under the grant. This generally includes the following types of activities: reports, reprints, page charges or other journal costs (except costs for prior or early publication); necessary illustrations; cleanup, documentation, storage and indexing of data and databases; development, documentation and debugging of software; and storage, preservation, documentation, indexing, etc., of physical specimens, collections or fabricated items. Work with your departmental administrator and RO contract and grant specialist to correctly budget for these costs.
29 DMP Tool Watch a 90-second animated video providing a brief overview of DMPTool, its basic features and capabilities, and why it's a valuable application for researchers from all disciplines.
37 ORCID (orcid.org) Register to get your unique ORCID identifier ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and, through integration in key research workflows such as manuscript and grant submission, supports automated linkages between you and your professional activities ensuring that your work is recognized. The goal is to prevent research ambiguity and distinguish one botanist names James A. Cook from another.
39 1. My Dashboard is your best starting point for managing your DMPs. From here you can get an overview of all your DMPs. 2. My DMPs lists of all your DMPs, noting which you own, co-own, and their status. 3. Create New DMP allows you to start from a template or you can copy an existing DMP. 4 My Profile is where you can update your personal information, including your ORCID. You can also modify your notification preferences.
46 1. DMP Preview button opens a new window and displays the contents of your entire DMP. You can click this at anytime to preview your plan. Be sure to click Save Response before clicking DMP Preview. 2. DMP Preview displays your entire DMP, including section headers and your responses. 3. Export or Print your plan as PDF or DOCX format, or print your plan. 4. While in DMP Preview, you must click Done to change your DMP status to Completed. If your organization has set up a Review process, you will instead see a Submit for Review button. Note: you can always come back and change or add information by clicking on DMP Overview or DMP Details in the navigation.
47 Ask Us! Tom Melvin UD Library Anita Schwartz UD IT Client Support and Services Jessica Cote UD Research Office Some workshop content was repurposed from the MIT Libraries Research Data Management 101 workshop which is shared under the Creative Commons License.
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