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EOSC Stakeholders Forum: For a FAIR Europe-What's Needed, What's Existing

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The EOSC faces as well technical, social and economic challenges on interoperability. These have to be overcome in order to provide an efficient EOSC architecture. Some solutions are in place in some domains, but these have to be expanded to the cross-disciplinary and/or international level. In this presentation, we discuss FAIR data sharing and current developments.

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EOSC Stakeholders Forum: For a FAIR Europe-What's Needed, What's Existing

  1. 1. www.elixir-europe.org For a FAIR Europe
 what's needed, what's existing
 EOSC Stakeholder Forum Rafael C Jimenez Chief Data Architect November 21, 2018 The European Open Science Cloud for Research pilot project is funded by the European Commission, DG Research & Innovation under contract no. 739563 ELIXIR-EXCELERATE is funded by the European Commission within the Research Infrastructures programme of Horizon 2020, grant agreement number 676559.
  2. 2. From Principles to Practice FAIR data
 resources FAIR data ecosystem Technical assessment Impact assessment Implementation Assessment Technical Strategic FAIR • Guidelines and Recommendations • Services & Tools • Strategies • Agreements • Metrics • Return on Investment
  3. 3. From Principles to Practice FAIR data
 resources FAIR data ecosystem Technical assessment Impact assessment Implementation Assessment Technical Strategic FAIR • Guidelines and Recommendations • Services & Tools • Strategies • Agreements • Metrics • Return on Investment
  4. 4. Our role in EOSC is not to make data FAIR
 but to expose FAIR data
 to EOSC services and users To make data FAIR is the job of
 Research Infrastructures and their participant data repositories EOSCpilot data interoperability
  5. 5. EOSCpilot data interoperability Recommendations Architecture define validate Data interoperability demonstrators Adoption & testing Data resources discovery Research schemas markup RDA metadata elements Principles Scope | Direction 2017 2018 FAIR FAIR EDMI metadata catalogues ecosystem Findable and accessible datasets
  6. 6. Architecture components <data> data access metadata index metadata discovery 
 metadata access Data
 resources Dataset
 metadata
 catalogues Services EDMIEDMI EDMI EOSC Datasets Minimum Information Guideline
  7. 7. Comply with use StandardsData resources Metadata <data> InterfacesData models Ecosystem of data catalogues Data resources Metadata catalogue Datasets Metadata catalogue Data records Metadata catalogue Data consumption Services access use Reporting guidelines use validate use use use index T6.2 WP5 T6.2 Catalogue Dataset Record WP4 Data monitoring WP3 EOSCpilot WPs and T6.2 Governance WP2 WP4 WP4 Users WP6
  8. 8. Comply with use StandardsData resources Metadata <data> InterfacesData models Ecosystem of data catalogues Data resources Metadata catalogue Datasets Metadata catalogue Data records Metadata catalogue Data consumption Services access use Reporting guidelines use validate use use use index Catalogue Dataset Record Data monitoring EOSCpilot data interoperability (task 6.2) Users
  9. 9. From Principles to Practice FAIR data
 resources FAIR data ecosystem Technical assessment Impact assessment Implementation Assessment Technical Strategic FAIR • Guidelines and Recommendations • Services & Tools • Strategies • Agreements • Metrics • Return on Investment EDMI metadata catalogues ecosystem
  10. 10. registries workspace clouds data tools workflows identities containers cloud
  11. 11. Conclusions • It is not just about our own data but the data ecosystem • Operational metadata • Usually missing • Important for services to access data • Strategy • Minimum metadata agreements respecting existing standards and interfaces • Rely on metadata catalogues (registries) to facilitate findability and accessibility
  12. 12. Thanks for your attention! The European Open Science Cloud for Research pilot project is funded by the European Commission, DG Research & Innovation under contract no. 739563 ELIXIR-EXCELERATE is funded by the European Commission within the Research Infrastructures programme of Horizon 2020, grant agreement number 676559. https://eoscpilot.eu/themes/wp6-interoperability/
  13. 13. EDMI

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