Preserving and publishing data

A prerequisite for the long-term reusability of your research data is that you provide the data with detailed documentation and store it in a durable, interoperable format in a reliable data repository.

Below you will find some more detailed information on the preservation and publication of your data.

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Good to know

According to the Policy for Research Data Management (RDM) at the TU Wien, your research data and records must be preserved for at least ten years after the conclusion of a research project, in adherence with the legal and contractual provisions, and, if possible, be open access.

Data visualization

There are many tools for the graphic preparation of your research data. RAWGraphs, opens an external URL in a new window is a simple and versatile example.