FAIR data maturity model - Collaborative sheet
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FAIR data maturity model WG
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Introduction
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Welcome to this collaborative document supporting the work that will be carried out by the RDA FAIR data maturity Working Group. This Working Group will build on top and combine the most salient characteristics of existing efforts for measuring the readiness and implementation level of a dataset vis-à-vis the FAIR data principles.
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For futher information you can read the case statement at the following address:
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https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/fair-data-maturity-model-wg/case-statement/fair-data-maturity-model-wg-case-statement
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Context
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As part of the work carried out for this working group, a first workshop was held in February 2019, where the editorial team unveiled a methodology, a tentative timeline and an landscaping exercice. As a landscaping exercise, the editorial team, analysed current and existing approaches related to FAIR self-assessment tool.
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https://www.rd-alliance.org/workshop-1
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Objective of the document
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Following the development phase of the methodology, the objective of the document is to collect opinions and suggestions for the indicators related to the FAIR principles, and how maturity could be expressed. Practically speaking, this document covers method steps 7 to 10, with the aim to compare the way existing approaches address the FAIR principles in order to define a small set of indicators per principle to be evaluated.
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Question?
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Besides, any problems encountered, or suggestions, questions, etc. considered within scope can be submitted, on the appropriate sheet and/or on the dedicated GitHub repository
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https://github.com/RDA-FAIR/FAIR-data-maturity-model-WG
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Navigate through the document
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Each tab has a brief description about what it consists and what contribution is needed from the WG.
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Part of the documentNameTab content
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Context1. IntroductionGeneral overview of the sheet and functionning
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2. Landscaping ExerciseClassification of the questions from the different approaches/methodologies analysed
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Working Group input3. DevelopmentInformation to be filled about potential indicators and maturity levels
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Issue Log4. Outstanding IssuesIssue log
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