Data da·ta | \ ˈdā-tə, ˈda- tə, ˈdä-tə \ (noun)
factual information (such as measurements or statistics) used as a basis for reasoning, discussion, or calculation
Management man·age·ment | \ ˈma-nij-mənt \ (noun)
the act or art of managing: the conducting or supervising of something*
Consistent organization of research data provides a solid foundation for your active project work, and will sustain your efforts as a researcher throughout your career. Preparation invested in understanding data management planning, storage and sharing pays exponential dividends from project inception to completion. There are many resources supporting your data management needs both at Harvard & beyond. We are fortunate to have a dedicated team actively engaged in evaluating and developing materials and training specific to the research data lifecycle at Harvard. Explore the topic areas listed below for more information and resources you may find relevant to your work.
We also encourage you to visit many of these excellent resources directly - Harvard Longwood Medical Area (LMA) Research Data Management Working Group (RDMWG)