A Capability Maturity Model for Research Data Management
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23 23 For qualitative data, offering structured contextual information in a separate data list provides users with a guide to the data. The UK Data Archive has examples and templates for data lists: [[http:~~/~~/www.data-archive.ac.uk/create-manage/document/data-level?index=2 >>url:http://www.data-archive.ac.uk/create-manage/document/data-level?index=2||rel="__blank"]]
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25 -Use a controlled (standardized) vocabulary. Sometimes there is a sufficiently high degree of standardization in a research community to make it possible to report data in standardized ways (time, taxonomy, medical example). This promotes interoperability of metadata, which is desirable when possible. When this degree of standardization does not exist, documentation of the language used on a study is next best.
25 +Use a controlled (standardized) vocabulary. Sometimes there is a sufficiently high degree of standardization in a research community to make it possible to report data in standardized ways (time, taxonomy, for example). This promotes interoperability of metadata, which is desirable when possible. When this degree of standardization does not exist, documentation of the language used on a study is next best.
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27 27 === 3.3.1.2 Document files ===
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65 65 |Level 5: Optimizing
66 66 Focus on process improvement|Processes regarding workflow for metadata creation during the research process are evaluated on a regular basis, and necessary improvements are implemented
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69 69 == References ==
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71 71 {{id name="Brase"/}}Brase, J., Socha, Y., Callaghan, S., Borgman, C.L., Uhlir, P.F., Carroll, B. (2014). Data citation: Principles and practice. In J. Ray (Ed.), //Research Data Management: Practical Strategies for Information Professionals (Charleston Insights in Library, Information, and Archival Sciences).// West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press.

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