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​Data management planning tool by Digital Curation Centre. Anyone can register for free. 

DOI Citation Formatter

​Paste a digital object identifier and get the object's citation in the style you need.

Find information via their digital object identifier
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​Find datasets which are listed in the Web of Science Data Citation Index by Thomson Reuters. Since 2015, they collaborate with ZALF Open Research Data.

Find information registered with digital object identifiers by using DataCite's Metadata Search
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​Platform for research infrastructures of the German National Foundation (DFG - Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft)

GetInfo TIB
Access to research media (publications, data, models) via the German National Library of Science and Technology.
Find ZALF at GetInfo.
Metadata platform for an overview of research data repositories. Find ZALF at re3data.
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​Register data and other research output with Cern's platform Zenodo.

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WGL AK Forschungsdaten

​German website of the Leibniz working group "Research data" (AK Forschungsdaten)

Open access publications at the Leibniz Association.
Find ZALF at LeibnizOpen.
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​Web blog article about questions that should be asked before and during each research project

Blog about data, open data, data publication, science from California Digital Library
Education modules about data management of DataONE, a US platform for access to Earth observational data.

​Introductory flyer about digital object identifiers by TIB - German National Library of Science and Technology

​German wiki about research data. Note this page about data citation with further recommended reading.

Information on how to make a data management plan and general information on metadata.
Open Data Handbook
The Open Data Handbook discusses the why, what and how of open data – why to go open, what open is, and the how to ‘open’ data.
Read Martin Fenner's opinion about data and database citation.