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Research Services - Data Management: Home





Data Management is the organisation of data across the entire research lifecycle: from creation, analysis, sharing, to storage and preservation of that data. The intention of good data management practices is to improve the efficiency of the research process and address the expectations and requirements of the university, funders, and legislation.

"Data management planning is necessary at all stages of the research project lifecycle, from design and inception to completion." - Tri-Agency Statement of Principles on Data Management (2016)

How do the Libraries support Data Management?

DMP Assistant

An online application providing a step-by-step walkthrough of how to create a comprehensive data management plan.



Dataverse allows for the creation of multiple collaborative environments containing datasets, metadata and digital objects. Dataverse also provides scholarly data citations and can help with data requirements from publishers and funders.


Data Management Consultation

Arrange to meet with a Librarian for assistance with data management in your research.


Data Management Guide

Access our Guide on Data Management to learn more.


Libraries Supporting the Research Lifecycle
  Discover how the Libraries support the research lifecycle at the University of Manitoba