Issues in Data Management

Science and Engineering Ethics 16 (4):743-748 (2010)
Data management raises a number of issues, both regulatory and non-regulatory. Researchers should understand how data are defined by their particular institutions and regulatory authorities. Data are the bases of scientific communication and provide a strong defense against allegations of scientific misconduct. Authorization is often necessary before collection of data can commence. Proper handling, retention, and storage of data, especially that involving humans, are crucial for the researcher. Data ownership by the institution leads to a responsibility by the institution to educate all its researchers in responsible data management practices
Keywords Data  Data management  Data ownership  Scientific misconduct
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DOI 10.1007/s11948-010-9223-5
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