Why should I share my data?
- If projects do not share research outcomes and supporting data there is a danger that duplication of effort may occur in the process of collecting such data again.
- Many funders now require researchers to share their data and others are encouraging the practice (check funder requirements at: http://researchdata.swan.ac.uk/about/).
- It is the responsibility of the Principal Investigator to ensure that projects meet the expectations of their funding bodies when considering how and when to share research data.
- Sharing data enables other projects to build on your work.
Please also see the EPSRC Core Principles which align with the RCUK principles on data sharing
How to licence research data by the DCC
How to track the impact of research data with metrics by the DCC
Creative Commons Licensing by the DCC
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