Cardio is an assessment tool that can be used to characterize the level of handling research data.

The model is divided into three main aspects – known as the three legged stool. These are; organization, technology and resources. This way of thinking can be used to divide the questions about RDM into categories, and can be used to control a discussion. Each of the three legs is divided into multiple questions, each covering a certain part of that leg of the stool.

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Policy-based Digital Data Management Concept Graph

This first blog post will show you a model that originates in the design of the system iRODS, but can be adapted into a broader scope of defining the relationships in data management. The model is posted in the paper “Concepts in Distributed Data Management or History of the DICE Group” as figure 8 on page 15.

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