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Data Management Support

SLU Data Management Support (DMS) assists SLU employees with data management - from planning, including data management plans, to publishing, long-term preservation, archiving and the reuse of research and environmental assessment data.

SLU Data Management Guides

Here you will find resources to help you plan your data management, write a data management plan, publish data, find already published data and much more.

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Data from environmental monitoring and assessment

Read more about SLU's systematic approach to data management in environmental monitoring and assessment and the support available.

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How to publish data via SND

All SLU staff can publish scientific data and data descriptions free of charge via the Swedish National Data Service (SND). Read our guide to find out how!

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Recently published SLU data

SLU data in SND's research data catalogue, curated by DMS. All SLU data in SND's research data catalogue

  • Experimental restoration of the Charophytes Chara aspera and Chara...

    This data comprises three different experiments in three different areas to test methods for (A) replanting C. aspera, (B) the effects of harvesting C. aspera on the donor C. aspera meadow and (C) replanting C. tomentosa. The experiment took place over two growing seasons and light, temperature and sediment water and organic matter content data is also available for the experimental areas. Three methods of planting were tested for C. aspera, spade planting, jute band, BESE elements© and...

  • X-ray images of laying hens

    The dataset contains x-ray images of birds (laying hens) that were generated during the research project funded by Svenska Forskningsrådet Formas (2019-02116). The project aimed to develop a digital tool to assess bones of laying hens using x-ray imaging. The dataset contains a total of 1,116 images, of 168 birds, each bird was x-rayed several times: 3-5 times during their life, 1 time post-mortem, and 1 time for its dissected tibia and keel bones. All images are in JPEG format. All images...

Published: 08 March 2024 - Page editor: dms@slu.se
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