Data Management Plan

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Some tips about research papers that can be applied to DMP too:

...Pitfalls include using complicated jargon, including unnecessary details, and writing for your highly specialized colleagues instead of a wider audience. ...

Only abbreviations firmly established in the field are eligible, … avoiding those which are not broadly used ...

… when looking for keywords, avoid words with a broad meaning and words already included in the title.

… you need to include detailed information so a knowledgeable reader can reproduce the experiment. However, do not repeat the details of established methods; use References and Supporting Materials to indicate the previously published procedures.

… indicate uses and extensions if appropriate. Moreover, you can suggest future experiments and point out those that are underway ...

Effective research articles are interesting and useful to a broad audience, including scientists in other fields.

use standard systems … conventions