DMPTool at Princeton
Princeton University is a contributing institution for the DMPTool (Data Management Plan Tool)*. This tool provides step by step help in creating data management plans tailored to the specific requirements of major U.S. funding agencies.
To sign in to the DMPTool as a Princeton researcher, click login in the upper right hand corner and select Princeton University from the institution drop down menu. You will be directed to the Princeton Central Authentication Service where you can enter your Princeton NetID and Password.
*Developed by DataONE, Digitial Curation Centre (UK), Smithsonian Insitution, UC Curation Center, California Digital Library, UCLA Library, UC San Diego Libraries, University of Illinois, University of Virginia Libraries.
Using this Guide
This guide is intended to help researchers as they complete the Data Management Plan for grant applications from various funders.
In this guide you will find:
- A brief description of what metadata is and why it is important, as well as links to disciplinary metadata standards.
- A listing with links to subject specific data respositories
- A listing of subject repositories on campus.
- Information about and links to Princeton's DataSpace repository.
- Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the NSF Data Management requirements and more generally about data management
- NSF data management template and guiding questions adapted for Princeton researchers to help create a data management plan.
- Other DMP Templates
For questions about this guide or help with your data management plan email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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