Comment on 'Standardised Data on Initiatives –STARDIT: Alpha Version
We need to know the ‘who’, ‘how’, ‘what’ and ‘why’ of initiatives such as research, education interventions, policy and international development.

Standardised Data on Initiatives (STARDIT) is a proposed way of sharing data about ‘research’, ‘interventions’, ‘projects’ and other similar words that describe any kind of ‘initiative’ or action. It is a proposed way to standardise data about initiatives in multiple human languages.

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