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Research data management (RDM) is the responsible handling and organization of data created during a research project.

Use RDM best practices to satisfy grant funding and publisher requirements, create efficient research and publishing workflows for your projects, and help other users of the data interpret your work.

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Research data management (RDM) is the responsible handling and organization of data created during a research project.

Use RDM best practices to satisfy grant funding and publisher requirements, create efficient research and publishing workflows for your projects, and help other users of the data interpret your work.

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