This tool was created by the Corporation for National Research Initiatives, and tt was created in order to address the issues regarding information management system interoperability, essentially, the ability to parse, understand, and reuse data provided by data creators.
The designers of CEDAR include, Stanford University, Collaborative Drug Discovery, Illuminating the Druggable Genome, Yale University, Minimum Information model for the Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoire (AIRR) Community. The purpose of this tool was to facilitate open science data, ensuring that the data is FAIR, and facilitating scientific reproducibility.
The creators of this tool include, Purdue University Library, University of Michigan Library, Institute of Museum and Library Services, Distributed Data Curation Center. The Profile was created due to the rising inquiry to the changing environment of scholarly communication, especially concerning the possibility of researchers increasing access to data.
This tool was created by University of California Curation Center. Moreover, any of the data management plans that are published on this tool are the intellectual property of their creators. The California Digital Library makes no claim of copyright or ownership to the data management plans created using the DMPTool. As a creator, you can choose whether you would like other creators to access, edit, and use your published data management plan by controlling the privacy settings.