Finnish DMP evaluation guidance
- 1. University of Oulu
- 2. CSC
- 3. Tampere University Library
- 4. University of Helsinki
- 5. Aalto University
- 6. Turku university library
- 7. Hanken School of Economics
This version is slightly corrected version: Correction is on the last slide of the guidance.
This evaluation guide is created by the Tuuli working group:
Sirpa Aalto (Univeristy of Oulu), Minna Ahokas (CSC), Jari Friman (Tampere university library), Siiri Fuchs (CSC), Tuija Korhonen (University of Helsinki), Mari Elisa Kuusniemi (Tuuli office /University Helsinki), Kati Laakso (Aalto university), Mietta Lennes (FIN-CLARIN & The Language bank of Finland / University of Helsinki), Soile Manninen (Tuuli office /University Helsinki), Mikko Ojanen (University Helsinki), Jukka Rantasaari, chair (Turku university library), Mika E. Virtanen (University of Oulu), Qingbo Xu (Hanken School of Economics)
The guide is loosely based on Data Management Plan Evaluation Rubric by Science Europe published in Practical Guide to the International Alignment of Research Data Management - Extended Edition (2021), pages 31 – 49.
General tips for evaluators
This guide gives some general tips for evaluators. It can be used when evaluating DMP by students, peer reviewing or when evaluation is conducted by a data steward. The working group hopes you develop the guidance further in order to meet your specific needs and policies.
Ideally data management plan will be read and evaluated together with the research plan. In the DMP context, ‘data’ is understood as a broad term. Data covers all the information and material research results are based on (like codes, software, notes, etc).
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