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Public Plans

Public plans are plans created using the DMP Tool service and shared publicly by their owners. They are not vetted for quality, completeness, or adherence to funder guidelines.

Plans (1200)

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NIH-Default DMSP

Development of Cutibacterium-specific immunoassays to identify true Cutibacterium acnes infections.

William Mccoy iv, Washington University in St. Louis (wustl.edu)
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NIH-Default DMSP

Effects of Placental Dysfunction on Brain Growth in Congenital Heart Disease

Cynthia Ortinau, Washington University in St. Louis (wustl.edu)
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NIH-Default DMSP

Accumbal adaptations that contribute to weight regain after weight loss

Alexxai Kravitz, Washington University in St. Louis (wustl.edu)
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DataWorks! Data Management and Sharing Plan Challenge

FAIR annotated dataset of stroke MRIs, CTs, and metadata

Andreia Faria, Johns Hopkins University (jhu.edu)
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Arctic Data Center: NSF Polar Programs

Coastal Ocean Processes of North Greenland

Andreas Muenchow, University of Delaware (udel.edu)
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Digital Curation Centre (português)

Compatibilização entre aços/concretos inovadores: Uma abordagem interdisciplinar e multiescala

Guilherme Koga, Universidade Federal de São Carlos (ufscar.br)
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DataWorks! Data Management and Sharing Plan Challenge

Using natural language processing to determine predictors of healthy diet and physical activity behavior change in ovarian cancer survivors

Damian Yukio Romero Diaz, University of Arizona (arizona.edu)
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Hakai Institute Data Management Plan

Hakai Institute Juvenile Salmon Program Time Series

Brett Johnson, Hakai Institute
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NSF-ENG: Engineering

Research Initiation: Exploring the Role of Project Authenticity in Engineering Technology Capstone Design Projects

Rustin Webster, Purdue University System (purdue.edu)
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Digital Curation Centre (português)

Qualidade de vida de famílias e indivíduos que têm Síndrome de Rett no Brasil (Quality of life of families and individuals with Rett Syndrome in Brazil)

Debora Gusmão Melo, Universidade Federal de São Carlos (ufscar.br)