Associating Research Data Records using RAIDmap

Alexander Ball, Thangarajah Uday, Mansur Darlington, Chris A McMahon, Elizabeth Lyon

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Abstract

Keeping track of the data records associated with a research activity is vital if they are to be managed and handled effectively. Doing so is an arduous task though, particularly if one is careful about capturing the metadata and contextual associations that make the records meaningful. Here we provide a brief demonstration of RAIDmap, a tool developed by the REDm-MED project to make the task quicker and easier. It assists both with metadata capture and with recording associations between records.
Original languageEnglish
JournalMeeting (Disciplinary) Challenges in Research Data
Publication statusPublished - 23 Mar 2012

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