Data management as bibliography

@inproceedings{Buckland2011DataMA,
  title={Data management as bibliography},
  author={Michael K. Buckland},
  year={2011}
}
Author(s): Buckland, Michael | Abstract: A critical element in the products of research projects is the data set, largely treated as a marginal appendage to the written record. With the requirement for data management plans in grant proposals to the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health, the issue of managing research data sets is gaining attention. Sharing primary data enables a greater return on the original investment, expanded discovery and fertilization of ideas… 

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