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<h2>DMD Data Rescue Project</h2> <p>This is a space dedicated to organizing all of the work that the DMD team is doing towards Data Rescue at JHU.</p> <p>Here we will compile all of our administrative documents and related procedural materials, as well as project output materials for our May 8th presentation and beyond.</p> <p>As a contributor to this space please feel free to create your own component and link in a folder, or add docs to the folders in previously created folders as you see fit. This is primarily to keep all the stuff in one centralized space so we don't have to keep hunting for all those links and emailing files. :)</p> <p>More to come as needed. Edit as you see fit. Thanks!</p> <h3>Table of Contents</h3> <ol> <li> <p>Project level - Data Inventory sheets</p> </li> <li> <p>Component: Group Planning docs</p> </li> <li>Component: Reference Materials</li> <li>Component: Process Documentation</li> <li>Component: Demos and Presentation Materials</li> <li>Component: Lessons Learned</li> </ol>
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