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RDA Plenary 3 (Dublin) WG proposal from Susanna Sansone (Biosharing), Simon Hodson (CO-DATA) and Rebecca Lawrence (F1000Research) on connecting data standards, policies and repositories in the life ...

RDA Plenary 3 (Dublin) WG proposal from Susanna Sansone (Biosharing), Simon Hodson (CO-DATA) and Rebecca Lawrence (F1000Research) on connecting data standards, policies and repositories in the life sciences.

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RDA WG proposal on connecting data policies, standards & databases in life sciences RDA WG proposal on connecting data policies, standards & databases in life sciences Presentation Transcript

  • Susanna-Assunta Sansone Associate Director, PI Rebecca Lawrence, Managing Director Simon Hodson, Executive Director Proposed RDA WG on Connecting data policies, standards and databases in the life sciences
  • PROPOSED WG: Connecting data policies, standards and databases in the life sciences Create a curated and cross-searchable registry of repositories, standards, and journal & funder policies. Help stakeholders to make informed decisions: • Journals on repositories accredited to the level required by their guidelines, but also meet the necessary standards. • Researchers on which journals meet their funder requirements and which repositories meet which journal standards. • Repositories on the requirements they need to meet to ensure researchers can use them to meet their funder policies and the policies of the journals they wish to publish in. • Funders on which journals and repositories meet their policies.
  • Growing number of reporting standards in life sciences + 130 Estimated + 150 Source:MIBBI, EQUATOR + 303 Source:BioPortal miame MIAPA MIRIAM MIQAS MIX MIGEN CIMR MIAPE MIASE MIQE MISFISHIE…. REMARK CONSORT MAGE-Tab GCDML SRAxml SOFT FASTA DICOM MzML SBRML SEDML… GELML ISA-Tab CML MITAB AAO CHEBI OBI PATO ENVO MOD BTO IDO… TEDDY PRO XAO DO VO To track provenance of the information and ensure richness of data and experimental metadata descriptions, to maximize reusability Databases, annotation, curation tools
  • But how much do we know about these standards
  • Increasing number of journals with differing data policies: Most major funders also now have open data policies but they all differ:
  • All Science WG: Global Service of Trusted Repositories and Services Life Sciences
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  • Focus on life sciences: • Ensures manageable size of project • Pilot that is then extendable to other areas of science The plan: • Develop assessment criteria for usability and popularity of standards • Associate standards to data policies and databases • Assemble journal and funder policies re data storage • Make fully cross-searchable • Thereby help stakeholders make informed decisions Close interlinking with work of other relevant WGs (e.g. Global Service of Trusted Repositories WG; Metadata Standards Directory WG) to utilise outputs on the repository side will be very important