Generally, data refer to entities used as evidence of phenomena for the purposes of research and scholarship. Examples of data include but are not limited to.
Source: Adapted from Big Data, Little Data, No Data
Data management allows data to be stored efficiently, discovered by secondary users, and used with confidence in its authenticity and integrity. In order to make data management as easy as possible, you can break up the data management process into discrete, doable steps.
Source: Adapted from UCLA Libraries
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