The leading tool to help you develop Data Management Plans

Provided by:
Digital Curation Centre
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Dedicated for:
Researchers, Research organisations, Business, Research group
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The Digital Curation Centre's DMPonline tool helps you to create, review, and share data management plans that meet institutional and funder requirements. Institutions can customise the tool to provide local guidance and example answers to assist researchers in developing plans.

There are many benefits to using DMPonline. It makes DMPs quicker and easier to complete as tailored support is available. Since the tool adopts the RDA common standard for DMPs and has a full text API, all data can be extracted by institutions and a growing number of integrations are provided.

Service offers

Open Access

Basic subscription

Upon subscription, up to 2 organisational administrators will be assigned as Authorised Users for the Customer. They will be granted permissions that enable them to: - Create, edit and publish...

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Enhanced subscription

A higher grade customisation which includes all the functionality outlined in the basic subscription, as well as: - Custom URL / institutional home page - Institutional colours and styling to a...

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Bespoke contract

Personalised arrangements for national consortia or organisations requiring services not compatible with the DCC's multi-tenant hosted DMPonline service e.g. - On-site training - Bespoke...

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Core DMPonline service

DMPonline is free for any user to register and create Data Management Plans. DMPs can be shared with collaborators, exported in a range of file formats and published via the tool.

Places and languages
  • World
  • English
Service Availability
Service phase
  • Production
Last Update
  • 21.09.2020

The EOSC portal is been jointly developed and maintained by the EOSC-hub, eInfraCentral and OpenAIRE-Advance projects funded by the European

Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme with contribution of the European Commission

2018 EOSC Portal