Data management plans (DMPs) are documents prepared by researchers as they are planning a project. Funders, particularly federal agencies, are increasingly requiring DMPs in grant proposals. DMPs typically address
DMPTool can guide you through the creation of a data management plan that will meet your funder's requirements. DMPTool is widely used by researchers at institutions around the U.S.
To use DMPTool, click on the DMPTool icon above, click Get Started, and select the University of Pittsburgh from the drop-down list.
For assistance with writing a DMP, contact us.
The University of Pittsburgh’s institutional repository D-Scholarship@Pitt offers long-term storage for scholarly output. Pitt researchers can upload their published or unpublished work to D-Scholarship, including datasets.
Users can submit nearly any format of file and compressed file formats to D-Scholarship@Pitt. D-Scholarship@Pitt is best suited for datasets that are in an inactive state (i.e., after a research project is completed) and may not be able to accommodate large datasets.