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Data Management Planning

This guide provides data management planning resources to Hunter College students, faculty members, visiting scholars, and others.

Data Citation

 Data citation is a part of a data management plan (The University of Virginia Library, 2017, Data Management Components section, para. 2). According to the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (2017) website, “Proper citation ensures that research data can be: discovered; reused; replicated for verification; credited for recognition; and tracked to measure usage and impact” (Citing Data section, para. 1).

Click on links given below to learn about data citation.

 

Citation Software

Citation software such as EndNote, Mendeley, or Zotero can be valuable in organizing, managing, and formatting data citations. Click on the link given below to learn about these citation tools and access them via the Hunter College Libraries’ website.