A Capability Maturity Model for Research Data Management
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7 7 //**Ability to Perform **describes the preconditions that must exist in the project or organization to implement the process competently. Ability to Perform typically involves resources, organizational structures, and training.//
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9 -For data dissemination services, Ability to Perform includes enabling technologies, procedures, business models that will sustain the dissemination services.
9 +For data dissemination services, Ability to Perform includes enabling technologies, procedures, and business models that will sustain the dissemination services.
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11 11 == 4.2.1 Manage enabling technologies for access and conformance to standards ==
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15 15 Data discovery systems in different disciplines may have customized search fields and options, or special filters to perform targeted data discovery and selection. Federated search is a common approach to solve the problem of data silos. These approaches and techniques for data discovery should conform to standards for cross-system discovery and interoperability.
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17 -In data dissemination needed are middleware applications for translating among major databases, collaborative computing tools to improve communication, and software tools for developing metadata. Advanced data centers can help smaller centers develop standards, design databases, archive their data, and construct metadata ([[Hale et al., 2003>>||anchor="Hale"]]).
17 +In data dissemination there is a need for middleware applications for translating among major databases, collaborative computing tools to improve communication, and software tools for developing metadata. Advanced data centers can help smaller centers develop standards, design databases, archive their data, and construct metadata ([[Hale et al., 2003>>||anchor="Hale"]]).
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19 19 Data portals offer great potential for creating and promoting partnerships ([[Hale et al., 2003>>||anchor="Hale"]]). Developing data portals for data dissemination should be carefully planned to ensure the sustainability.
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35 35 |Level 5: Optimizing
36 36 Focus on process improvement|Processes regarding structures or plans, training, and resources for enabling technologies for data sharing or confidentiality are evaluated on a regular basis, and necessary improvements are implemented
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