An NSF DMP consists of 5 components limited to 2 pages, which describe:
ICPSR (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research) is a data repository which has been in existence since 1962, and is based at the University of Michigan. Rutgers is one of over 700 institutional members of this consortium. Below is a link to a framework they have developed for creating a data management plan. Even though ICPSR curates social science research, the framework is generic and an excellent template for any data management plan.
DMPTool: one of the most well-know DMP writing aids, developed by the University of California. The DMPTool helps you create a plan by using their writing editor, with prompts to appropriate agency requirements. A word of caution: plans can be made publicly available on the DMPTool. Public plans are not necessarily in compliance with funder requirements, and did not necessarily result in an award.
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