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Thing 3 Data in the research lifecycle

20 September 2016
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7cedfeebb7ac45776669f2bb10c2e587_13The SAGE publication on this is in Macquarie library:

Corti, L. (2014). Managing and sharing research data : a guide to good practice / Louise Corti, Veerle Van den Eynden, Libby Bishop & Matthew Woollard. (V. van den Eynden, L. Bishop, & M. Woollard, Eds.). BOOK, Los Angeles Sage.

The 23Things materials have an excellent summary of the research lifecyle: from “having a brilliant idea” to “making ground breaking discoveries” to “telling the world about it”

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