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https://www.go-fair.org/fair-principles/
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InvenioRDMAttribution
(Phase 2)
Personas
(Phase 2)
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To be Findable
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F1: (Meta) data are assigned globally unique and persistent identifiersA DOI is issued to every published record on InvenioRDM.The Contributor Role Ontology (CRO) has unique and persistent identifiers.All Personas and supporting materials are assigned a DOI.
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F2: Data are described with rich metadataInvenioRDM's metadata is compliant with DataCite's Metadata Schema minimum and recommended terms, with a few additional enrichements.N/AThe Personas and supporting materials are richly described in the Northwestern Digital hub, including rights, keywords, dates,DOI, file size, and file properties.
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F3: Metadata clearly and explicitly include the identifier of the data they describeThe DOI is a top-level and a mandatory field in the metadata of each record.The CRO terms have unique identifiers.The DOI has its own metadata field in each record.
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F4: (Meta)data are registered or indexed in a searchable resourceMetadata of each record is indexed and searchable directly in InvenioRDM's search engine immediately after publishing.

Metadata of each record is sent to DataCite servers during DOI registration and indexed there.
The CRO is available on GitHub and viewable in sources such as the Ontology Lookup Service and Bioportal.The materials are indexed in the Northwestern Digital Hub (https://digitalhub.northwestern.edu/) which is open to all. The materials are also available via github.
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To be Accessible
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A1: (meta)data are retrievable by their identifier using a standardized communications protocolMetadata for individual records as well as record collections are harvestable using the OAI-PMH protocol by the record identifier and the collection name. Metadata is also retrievable through the public REST API.The identifiers are resolvable.The materials are retrievable using an DOI which can be read via HTML.
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A1.1: The protocol is open, free and universally implementableSee point A1. OAI-PMH and REST are open, free and universal protocols for information retrieval on the web.YesNorthwestern DigitalHub uses HTML.
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A1.2: The protocol allows for an authentication and authorisation where necessaryMetadata are publicly accessible and licensed under public domain. No authorization is ever necessary to retrieve it.Northwestern DigitalHub is open to anyone for resource retrieval.
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A2: Metadata should be accessible even when the data is no longer availableData and metadata will be retained for the lifetime of the repository.

Metadata are stored in high-availability database servers which are separate to the data itself. (note: recommendations for local implementations should be established here)
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To be Interoperable
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I1: (Meta)data use a formal, accessible, shared, and broadly applicable language for knowledge representationInvenioRDM uses JSON Schema as internal representation of metadata and offers export to other popular formats such as Dublin Core or MARC-XML.The CRO is represented in Web Ontology Language and developed using OBO Foundry principles.The metadata uses Dublin Core, a widely used, open standard for resource description.
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I2: (Meta)data use vocabularies that follow the FAIR principlesFor certain terms we refer to open, external vocabularies, e.g.: license (Open Definition), funders (FundRef) and grants (OpenAIRE).The properties of the CRO concepts are described using open descriptors with uris (ex: the property 'definition' is indicated by the URI http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/IAO_0000115 from the Information Artifact OntologyDublin Core is open, accesible, persistent and promotes reuse through a standard. The VIVO ontology is also used, which follows FAIR principles.
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I3: (Meta)data include qualified references to other (meta)dataEach referenced external piece of metadata is qualified by a resolvable URL.CRO terms include database cross references to other terms. CRO properties are described by other ontologies, i.e. the Information Artifact Ontology.The record includes links to institutional and author records, as well as live links for the keywords to find other potentially related materials. It also links out to the Github site.
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To be Resuable
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R1: (Meta)data are richly described with a plurality of accurate and relevant attributesEach record contains a minimum of DataCite's mandatory terms, with optionally additional DataCite recommended terms and InvenioRDM's enrichments.Each CRO term has standard annotations to describe the term, including an english-laguage label, a text definition, synonyms and database cross references, where applicable.The attributes include file type, file size, download links, and a link to the rights document as well as the title/creators/keywords.
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R1.1: (Meta)data are released with a clear and accessible data usage licenseLicense is one of the mandatory terms in InvenioRDM's metadata, and is referring to an Open Definition license.

Data downloaded by the users is subject to the license specified in the metadata by the uploader.
YesEach Personas resource record links out to the relevant license.
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R1.2: (Meta)data are associated with detailed provenanceAll data and metadata uploaded is traceable to a registered InvenioRDM user.

Metadata can optionally describe the original authors of the published work.
Database cross references are used to capture provenance.
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R1.3: (Meta)data meet domain-relevant community standardsInvenioRDM is not a domain-specific repository, yet through compliance with DataCite's Metadata Schema, metadata meets one of the broadest cross-domain standards available.The CRO was developed as a community resource, in line with OBO Foundry best practices.Dublin Core, Github and the pdf format are all standards used across the clinical and translational science community.
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