Data collection storage and access

LabData exist in many forms, for example, slides, photographs, agarose gel plots, survey questionnaires, field notes, bibliographic research notes, lab notebooks, and computer data. There are specific regulations regarding collection, storage, and access for different kinds of data. During data collection it is important to follow your research protocol. After the results are published, you are obligated to provide access to your primary research data for the purpose of verification by bona fide researchers.

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Ethical principles related to the conduct of research with humans are independent of your discipline. Whether your research involves, for example, open-ended interviewing, collecting songs or stories, market research, or collecting data in an experimental design, there are ethical standards to follow...



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