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Resources for making your data fair - poster

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Resources for making your data fair. poster at 2018 eResearch conference Melbourne. October 2018
By: Tom Honeyman, Richard Ferrers, Kerry Levett,

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Resources for making your data fair - poster

  1. 1. Need for FAIR resources The‘AreyouFAIRaware?’surveywasconductedinOctober2017 and attracted 249 responses. It showed that at that time there were varying levels of awareness for the FAIR data principles, but they were considered useful and 78% would recommend these to colleagues. The gaps most frequently mentioned in makingdataFAIRwerestandardiseddataformats,provenance tools, ethics and access advice. FAIR training resources We have brought together a collection of training materials related to the FAIR principles broken down by principle. These support the community wanting to train and grow the understanding around the more detailed principles. The FAIR data infographic links to detailed advice on each aspect of FAIR, from each of the coloured squares. The collection is now available for sharing, expanding and is being aligned internationally with other organisations involved in data management training. Self assess the FAIRness of your data The widely popular FAIR Self assessment tool was released in May 2018 and has already been adopted by a number of organisations and projects. It is considered a good educational vehicle to improve the FAIRness of data by highlighting the steps that can be taken to make a dataset more FAIR. Next steps in 2018-2019 In 2018-2019, ARDC will continue the work with the FAIR principles, providing further resources and support related to what FAIR means in practice, emphasising topics such as provenance, ethics and access. The ARDC will also be looking at how software, tools and infrastructure can be improved to make it easy and seamless for researchers to make their data FAIR. Acknowledgment We would like to acknowledge all the work that has been done internationally and nationally on developing the FAIR data principles and associated materials. This includes the CSIRO 5 Star Data Rating tool and the DANS FAIRdat tool and the work in the AGU FAIR data project. We would also like to acknowledge all the work invested by partner and ARDC staff in developing, pulling together and presenting the resources. Findable Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) Rich metadata I Accessible Standard communications protocol Open, free protocol Au wh Interoperable Vocabularies Vocabularies are FAIR Lin Reusable Metadata have multiple attributes Usage license The Magnifying glass, Tap, Gears set, Recycle sign, Storage, Infinity, D allowed and Man User icons made by <a href="http://www.freepik.com" from <a href="https://www.flaticon.com/" title="Flaticon">www.flaticon.c href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/" title="Creative Comm target="_blank">CC 3.0 BY</a>. All other icons made by ARDC. 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Entire FAIR resources graphic is licensed under a <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/">Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License</a>. $ Resources for making your data Tom Honeyman, Richard Ferrers, Kerry Levett, Keith Russell, Andrew White Australian Research Data Commons How likely are you to recommend the FAIR data principles to a colleague? Where to find the resources You can find all these resources through: https://bit.ly/2Nr9HcB Icons made by Freepik <www.freepik.com> from Flaticon <www.flaticon.com>, and are licensed by a Creative Commons BY 3.0 licence.

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