What is ResData?
ResData allows you to set up and document a Research Data Management Plan (RDMP) for your project – for grant-funded projects this will be linked on-line to the record in InfoEd. A RDMP is required to obtain a storage allocation in the Data Archive.
ResData is also an online catalogue of UNSW datasets and collections of research materials. It records descriptions of UNSW research data. ResData records are published to the online portal Research Data Australia (RDA).
RDA is a discovery service for Australian Research Data. Registering your datasets in RDA is one way of making them discoverable – and hence accessible and potentially available for re-use and sharing. You retain full control over who has access to your data and under what conditions.
Note: ResData is a UNSW Library service.
For information on submitting a Research Data Management Plan (RDMP) in ResData:
- What is a research data management plan and why do you need one?
- The UNSW Research Data Management Plan (RDMP)
- Create RDMP or Create HDR thesis plan
- Contact your Faculty Outreach Librarian
Help and further information:
- To learn more about the Data Archive:
- To access the Data Archive Web application, use this link, or, go to the Home page for other access options
- To create, or update, a Research Data Management Plan go to the ResData service
- Note: the Data Archive service is also available over SFTP, see the SFTP client guide for more information