The Open Data movement aims to make large datasets available in useable formats (i.e., raw, machine-readable) so that anyone can use the data for building applications, research, analysis and other uses. Many researchers are placing their data in open-access repositories. Governments have also launched open-data initiatives that provide public access to government-managed datasets.
Open government data aims to create greater transparency in government, enabling citizens to hold governments accountable and make use of data for the public good.
For more on how citizens can use open data, see:
For an intro. to data management see:
Research Data Management a NISO primer by Carly Strasser.
Good Enough Research Data Management – A Very Brief Guide Version 1.1, July 2017 by Eugene Barsky, University of British Columbia
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By comparison, the pages in this Open Access guide link to collections of non-subscription, free, online open-access publications.