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  • 1. MIBBI break out discussions
    Group “wet”
  • 2. MI project overlap
    Population: MIQAS & MIMPP & TBC
    having the same name, but does it cover the same thing
    partial overlap
    Samples or specimens: MIQE & TBC
    STRENDA - MIAPE?
    PCR: MIQE & TBC
    Sample processing
  • 3. MI project challenges
    Visibility - making people aware
    Convince people to follow the guidelines
    Convince journals / funding agencies
    Fear of loosing their scientific freedom
    IP vs free information
    Tools to make MI compliancy easier
    MIBBI should be in the protocol textbook
  • 4. DOIs & ORCIDs
    requirement: MIBBI compliant db giving doi
  • 5. Foundry
    Combination of domain specific MIs that take over bits and pieces from each other
    Cross referencing between multiple MIs may pose technical challenges
    Promoting open access will give advantages to
    Scientists: advances in science, repeatability
    Reviewers: easier to review
    Journals: higher impact
    Funding agencies: trace output – evaluation criteria
    Common language is not required
    Use version control to manage changes and updates
  • 6. Vision
    Community specific checklists rather than modular MIBBI
    Driven by key opinion leaders in the community
    Different interests and opinions hamper pooling
    Communicate with and reuse elements from other MIs
    Role of MIBBI
    Guidance on what MI is about to promote high quality MIs
    Guide MI initiatives to be more successful
    No enforcement, no binding commitments
    MIBBI is umbrella organization, portal, creating public awareness for all MIs
    No need for MIBBI to provide stars or labels to individual MIs
    Work together based on a communicate and copy-paste system rather than a consensus model
    Is technical support possible?
    Minimal information about MIBBI
  • 7. Side notes
    Basic criteria on which MI is built on
    Repeatability
    Assess quality
    Meta analysis
    Difference between scientist that use technology as
    Core for their research  easier MI adoption
    Just as one of the many tools to reach goal  more reluctant / difficult to adopt MI
    MI should be part of the workflow rather than something to adhere to at the time of writing  supported by tools

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