Systems and Means of Informatics

2020, Volume 30, Issue 3, pp 81-96


  • A. K. Rychikhin
  • V. A. Nuriev


The article investigates the problem of organizing the research data life cycle in the humanities. Data life cycle includes drawing up a data management plan, collecting and/or generating data, determining their structure and format, choosing a license and a digital repository for their long-term preservation, and disseminating the data. The description of each stage is accompanied by an overview of the recommendations of the European working groups on the implementation of the FAIR principles (FAIR - findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable) and links to tools that help implement these principles.
A comparison of digital repositories was made according to the criteria of the Swiss National Science Foundation. The goal of the article is to give a short overview of the research data life cycle stages and of the recommendations helping to implement the FAIR data principles.

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