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Data Management for Researchers

Data Management for Researchers: Organize, Maintain and Share Your Data for Research Success was published in September 2015. It is available from Pelagic Publishing and Amazon.


Here’s what people are saying:

“[I] intend to give a copy of this book to each graduate student / trainee that joins my lab” – Christie Bahlai, Practical Data Management for Bug Counters

“Kristin Briney’s Data Management for Researchers: Organize, maintain and share your data for research success is a book that should be on the shelf (physical or virtual) of every librarian, researcher and research administrator. Scientists, engineers, social scientists, humanists — anyone who’s work involves generating and keeping track of digital data. This is the book for you.” – John Dupuis, Confessions of a Science Librarian

“An excellent practical treatise on the art and practice of data management, this book is essential to any researcher, regardless of subject or discipline.” – Robert Buntrock, Chemical Information Bulletin

“The book is clear to read and well-presented and written and provides an excellent introduction to data management for researchers.” – Gareth Cole, ARIADNE

“I cannot recommend this slender, seemingly innocent looking book enough – it will literally change how you think about data management.” – CBatt

“This practical handbook can help bring new researchers quickly up-to-speed on the topic, as well as serve as a reference to meet specific data management needs they encounter throughout the data life cycle.” – Enid Karr, Journal of eScience Librarianship

“Author Kristin Briney addresses the many issues in research data management for academics in an accessible format that’s easy to follow.” – Kristen LaBonte, Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship

“This concise book, Data Management for Researchers: Organize, Maintain and Share Your Data for Research Success, offers sound advice on all aspects of data management, in an accessible style.” – Andrew Cox, Multimedia Information & Technology

“Briney takes the reader through a pragmatic and sensible route through the activities of data management.” – David Bawden, Alexandria

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