Writing a DMP helps a researcher to become aware of questions related to the collection, owning, sharing and saving of research data from the very start of the research project.
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DMP should be started at the very beginning of the research project and it should be write according to funder's requirements. Correspondence of data sets with the requirements of data archive chosen is an important issue. For funders a short DMP is usually enough and DMP can be completed later.
If maintained as living documents DMPs can also record the evolution a research project undergoes after funding has been awarded.
Data to be archived?
Ownership of data set(s)?
Opening data - to whom?
Restrictions on opening research data?