Tag: fair principles

Comments on the EOSC Strategic Implementation Plan 2017 – 2020 and the EOSC Declaration

Alastair Dunning (TU Delft Library / 4TU.Centre for Research Data) Marta Teperek (TU Delft Library) 1 November 2017 On 26 October 2017, the European Open Science Cloud published the EOSC Declaration, which is available to all scientific stakeholders, for their endorsement and commitments to the realisation of the EOSC by 2020. Below areĀ our thoughts and..

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Rethinking Reusability. A rakish recap of the ePLAN Workshop FAIR: Facts and Implementations, September 2017

Picture Credits: Daria Nepriakhina On a rainy Thursday a couple of weeks ago, 14th September 2017, the national Platform for eScience/Data Research (ePLAN) had invited to exchange the latest news about FAIR dataat the eScience Centre in the Amsterdam Science Park. Close to 30 people from different Dutch universities, research support services, research institutions, and..

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FAIR Principles – Connecting the Dots for the IDCC 2017

In order to follow through our presentation at the IDCC17 in Edinburgh on the 22nd February 2017 we are providing some useful documents and links here. Here you can find the pre-print and not peer reviewed version of the practice paper with the title ‘Are the FAIR Data Principles fair?’. The corresponding Excel Spreadsheet with..

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FAIR Principles – 4TU.Research Data Interpretation of the Facets

The FAIR Principles are available online in two versions: the short (https://www.force11.org/group/fairgroup/fairprinciples) and the extended version (https://www.force11.org/fairprinciples). We used the short version as scoring matrix for our FAIR Data Principles research project, resulting in an IDCC17 Practice Paper and a Excel Spreadsheet that includes an overview of 37 evaluated research data repositories. You can also..

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