Data-Producing Methods in CRC 985: Recommendations for Research Data Management in Large Interdisciplinary Projects

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Sonja Herres-Pawlis, Nicole Andrea Parks  , Konstantin W. Kröckert, Fabian Claßen, Walter Richtering, Matthias Müller


Within CRC 985, groups from a variety of chemical institutes, chemical engineering, physics, and the life sciences collaborate on research on microgel systems. Over a funding period of nearly 12 years, the CRC has produced numerous publications, which are associated with a large amount of underlying research data arising from many different methods. To gain a deeper understanding of this research data, the CRC 985 INF project has carried out a survey and thus gathered information on the data producing methods involved. Based on this information, recommendations for data exchange formats, data publication and archival for the current project are made. Furthermore, we propose solutions, especially for data organization and documentation, for similar, interdisciplinary projects.


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  • Published: 2024-03-07
  • Last Updated: 2024-03-07
  • License: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
  • Subjects: Data Literacy
  • Keywords: Data, Chemistry, microgels, research data management, collaborative projects, SFB985, INF, data-producing methods
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