Literatur

Sie wollen tiefer einsteigen? Aktuelle Literaturempfehlungen zum Thema Forschungsdatenmanagement.

Rechtliche Fragestellungen

  1. Wirth, T. (2020). Die Pflicht zur Löschung von Forschungsdaten – Urheber- und Datenschutzrecht im Widerspruch zu den Erfordernissen guter wissenschaftlicher Praxis? Zeitschrift Für Urheber- Und Medienrecht (ZUM), 64(8/9), 585–592. https://www.zew.de/publikationen/die-pflicht-zur-loeschung-von-forschungsdaten-urheber-und-datenschutzrecht-im-widerspruch-zu-den-erfordernissen-guter-wissenschaftlicher-praxis
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  7. Ebel, T., & Meyermann, A. (n.d.). Hinweise zur Anonymisierung von quantitativen Daten. Forschungsdaten Bildung Informiert, 3, Article 3. https://www.forschungsdaten-bildung.de/get_files.php?action=get_file&file=fdb-informiert-nr-3.pdf
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Forschungssoftware

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  3. Anzt, H., Bach, F., Druskat, S., Löffler, F., Loewe, A., Renard, B. Y., Seemann, G., Struck, A., Achhammer, E., Aggarwal, P., Appel, F., Bader, M., Brusch, L., Busse, C., Chourdakis, G., Dabrowski, P. W., Ebert, P., Flemisch, B., Friedl, S., … Weeber, R. (n.d.). An environment for sustainable research software in Germany and beyond: current state, open challenges, and call for action. F1000Research, 9, 295. https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.23224.1
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