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Research Data Management
When you are doing research, good data management practices and transparency are essential. This toolbox provides practical information and guidelines for both PhD students and researchers when working with research data.
Citing data is not different from citing a publication. Make sure to check the rules of the journal to know how you should cite when writing an article for a specific academic journal. For all of the journals, however, the minimum compulsory elements in a data citation include:
Author(s): Name of the author (creator) of the dataset
Title: Name of the dataset
Date of publication
Publisher: Archive where dataset is stored
Persistent Identifier: Unique identifier, most common is the DOI (see section Data Publication).
Optional elements that may be included in the reference are: