Share and publish your data using Web-based datacasting tools and services so that people can find the data and understand the content.
File names should be descriptive and reflect the file content.
Interval and location recommendations for backing up your data
Produce outputs that can be viewed or accessed by anyone, including those with visual impairment.
Data files and data descriptions should be well-organized, managed, and documented to ensure that files can be located and their contents are understandable.
The data model defines how data components are associated with each other; make the simplest, most general model that satisfies concrete requirements and constraints.
Description of format for geospatial location.
Data measurement descriptions should be sufficient to reproduce and assess the measurements
Methods to ensure the integrity of data backups
Good storage media monitoring and management practices will help ensure that access is maintained to both actively used and archived data.
How to identify data sensitivity and make the appropriate security classification
Identify suitable repositories for the data early to help shape the data management plan so that it fits that repository’s requirements.
Standard, stable identifiers should be given to data products to ensure consistency
All individuals who claim ownership rights to the data should be identified and should receive recognition for their part in the creation of the data.
Describe the appropriate usage, intellectual property rights, cost, or other use requirements for your data. When preparing data to share, researchers should to be aware of legal and policy considerations that affect the use and reuse of data.