Archaeology Data Protocol v.1.0

1. Data description and collection or reuse of existing data


1.a. How will new data be collected or produced and/or how will existing data be reused?

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1.b. What data (for example the kinds, formats, and volumes) will be collected or produced?

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2. Documentation and data quality


2.a. What metadata and documentation will accompany the data?

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2b. What data quality control measures will be used?

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3. Storage and backup during the research process


3a. How will data and metadata be stored and backed up during the research?

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3b. How will data security and protection of sensitive data be taken care of during the research?

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4. Legal and ethical requirements, codes of conduct


4a. If personal data are processed, how will compliance with legislation on personal data and security be ensured?

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4b. How will other legal issues, such as intellectual property rights and ownership, be managed? What legislation is applicable?

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4c. What ethical issues and codes of conduct are there, and how will they be taken into account?

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5. Data sharing and long-term preservation


5a. How and when will data be shared? Are there possible restrictions to data sharing or embargo reasons?

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5b. How will data for preservation be selected, and where data will be preserved long-term (for example a data repository or archive)?

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5c. What methods or software tools are needed to access and use data?

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5d. How will the application of a unique and persistent identifier (such as a Digital Object Identifier - DOI) to each data set be ensured?

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6. Data management responsibilities and resources


6a. Who (for example role, position, and institution) will be responsible for data management?

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6b. What resources (for example financial and time) will be dedicated to data management and ensuring that data will be FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Re-usable)?

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