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ICEDIG - Data Management Plan

Saarenmaa Hannu; Agosti Donat; Chagnoux Simon; van Egmond Emily; Groom Quenting; Hardisty Alex

ICEDIG is a design study for the proposed new research infrastructure Distributed System of Scientific
Collections (DiSSCo), focusing on the issues around digitisation of the collections and making their data
freely and openly available following the FAIR principles (data being Findable, Accessible, Interoperable,
and Re-usable).
As a design study, ICEDIG does not implement anything in an operational fashion, and therefore the
amount of research data which ICEDIG will deal with is limited. DiSSCo, on the other hand, is expected to
deal with huge amounts of data. The data management plan (DMP) for DiSSCo will be produced as one of
the design documents of ICEDIG. In other words, ICEDIG will produce two data management plans: one for
ICEDIG and another for DiSSCo.
In order to achieve its objectives, ICEDIG will carry out a number of tasks, including specific pilots which
may produce limited amounts of research data. ICEDIG will also deploy large volumes of already existing
research data in order to explore how it can best be pooled in the available European Open Science Cloud
This data management plan follows the Horizon 2020 DMP template, which has been designed to be
applicable to any Horizon 2020 project that produces, collects or processes research data. The template is a
set of questions that have been answered with a level of detail appropriate to the project. It has been
understood that the DMP is a living document which may be updates as the implementation of the project
progresses and when significant changes occur.

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