If you're creating a data management plan as part of a grant, the specifics of the plan will depend on what your funding agency asks for. Some basics to think about that most agencies will ask for include:
The FAIR principles describe how research outputs should be organized so they can be more easily accessed, understood, exchanged and reused. FAIR data, data that's findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable, is data that follows certain guidelines. This guide has details about those guidelines in more detail.
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