A Capability Maturity Model for Research Data Management
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37 37 Data citation embodies two notions: to credit the data creator and to enable data reuse, verification, and impact tracking ([[DataCite, 2014>>||anchor="datacite"]]). To enable consistent practice of data citation, guidelines should be provided regarding what information should be included (content) and how the information should be presented in a data citation (style). The Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center ([[SEDAC>>url:http://sedac.ciesin.columbia.edu]]) provides an exemplar guidelines for citing the data from this center. This guideline specifies the required information for a data citation as:
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40 40 * Primary responsibility party
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48 48 * Retrieval statement
49 49 * Unpublished data ([[SEDAC, 2014>>||anchor="sedac"]])
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50 +Adopting a data citation standard such as [[DataCite>>url:https://www.datacite.org/]] can be another way to ensure consistent data citation practice.
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54 54 == References ==
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56 56 DataCite. (2014). Why cite data? Retrieved from [[https:~~/~~/www.datacite.org/whycitedata>>url:https://www.datacite.org/whycitedata||rel="__blank"]]

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