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Logging In and Out

How to Log in

To access DMP editor, go to https://my.usgs.gov/dmpeditor/, click on Login in the top right corner

  • For DOI Users:

      Username

     Username is your email address and your password is your Active Directory password

  • For non-DOI users:

      Username

     Username is your email address and your password is your myUSGS password   

Requesting a New DMP User Account for Non-DOI Users

  • To request a non-DOI user account, go to: https://my.usgs.gov/dmpeditor/ and click on either Click the Click here link on the bottom left next to the log in, to request a user account
  • You will proceed to the Account Query Form page

  • Fill in all of the requested information and select Submit  

  • You will receive an email from myUSGS within 24 hours with your new user account information.

Forgotten Password

  • Non-DOI users: You can reset their your password at  at https://my.usgs.gov/home/resetPassword
  • DOI users: Please use your Department of Interior email address and your Active Directory password to log in

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  • From the DMP List you can sort columns by the ID number, Project Name or any of the other headings along the top of the table by clicking on the heading to sort/unsort
     When clicking the header you will sort each list alphabetically or numerically, and if you click it again it will do it in the reverse order

Searching

  •  To perform a search, click in the search box and enter a term, title or keyword

  •  For DMP Editor Managers (Admin), Data Stewards, and Organization Managers, there is a link to an advanced search directly below the search box which will take you to DMP Advanced Search page.  This search supports lucene search syntax that are often 'simply used' by using the connective words 'AND' 'OR'. If you search on Wild Horses, it will return DMPs that contain the words Wild AND Horses. You can narrow your results by adding OrganizationsRecords and Project Names filters. The connective word 'OR' is used with multiple selections within the filter. The connective word 'AND' between each filter. If you search on Wild Horses adding Organizations, Southeast Climate Science Center(SE CSC) OR Western Ecological ResearchCenter (WERC) as well as the Records, New Collection filters. You will return records containing the words Wild AND Horse which will be filtered within Organizations, (SE CSC) OR (WERC) and Records, New Collection.

    However, the link below goes into detail on how to use the lucene reserved characters to create powerful searches:
    The reserved characters are: + - = && || > < ! ( ) { } [ ] ^ " ~ * ? : \ / 


    For a guide on how to use lucene click Here.

    Once you have completed your search, the results may be exported as a JSON file or a CSV file. The links to export are at the bottom left of the search results. If there are multiple results, you may need to scroll to the bottom of the page to access the links.

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If you are using the NCCWSC DMP word template for maintaining the plan and would like to manage the DMP online, you can upload it into the DMP editor tool. 

To upload a template, the template must be a .DOCX document. 

The NCCWSC template is available at https://nccwsc.usgs.gov/content/data-policies-and-guidance

  • Click DMP list and select New DMP

  • Enter the project name

  • Select the Template for NCCWSC DMP

  • Select Create

  • In the Records section, select Import records from document

  • Click Choose File, then locate the file and click Import Record

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