Keynote talk for Harverford College.
Data management is becoming an essential part of the research lifecycle. Data policies from funders and journals, and open science best practices, require that data used in research studies be made available at the end of the study to verify the results and be reused for future research. Thus, managing, curating, and sharing the data should be planned as part of any complete research project. This talk will introduce the Dataverse project and describe how Dataverse repositories can provide a solution for sharing the research data associated with a study and make them findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (FAIR), supporting data policies and best practices.