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Research data can be characterized as any information that has been collected, observed, generated or created to validate or reproduce research results. Research data can take different forms and can be both digital and non-digital.

Examples of research data:

  • spreadsheets, documents
  • audio and video recordings
  • images, photographs
  • questionnaires, test responses, interview transcripts
  • software, code
  • laboratory journals, field notes, diaries
  • samples, specimens, artefacts

The pages were prepared using information retrieved from the website of the Charles University Open Science Support Centre.

Photo:  "Research Data Management" by jannekestaaks is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.