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FAIR Assessment for Repositories and Researchers

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FAIR Assessment for Repositories and Researchers by Eliane Fankhauser - DANS, delivered during the FAIR Data Session at the EOSC Stakeholders Forum 2018

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FAIR Assessment for Repositories and Researchers

  1. 1. DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO Data Archiving and Networked Services FAIR enough? FAIR Assessment for Researchers and Repositories Eliane Fankhauser (DANS) EOSC Stakeholder Forum Vienna, 22 November, 2018
  2. 2. FAIR assessment tools • Checklist “How FAIR are your data? – “A Checklist produced for use at the EUDAT summer school to discuss how FAIR the participant's research data were…” • FAIR self-assessment tool – Provided by ANDS / Nectar / RDS – ”… designed predominantly for data librarians and IT staff…” • FAIRdat tool – “Using this tool you will be able to score the 'FAIRness' of a dataset.”
  3. 3. FAIRdat tool • Established at DANS (2016 – 2017) • Check FAIRness of any datasets deposited or re- used in a repository • Aim (2017): implementation in DANS EASY and DataverseNL • Review result: FAIRness on a scale of 1 to 5 stars
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  11. 11. • Current version is pilot version • I = R – Questions about F, A and R • Feedback after testing – Questions are unclear at times (causing misunderstandings) – Better to formulate questions per letter – Lack of overview – Problem of FAIR on the level of the repository and the level of datasets
  12. 12. FAIR checklist for researchers • Short and concise checklist for researchers who are planning to deposit their data • Covers different levels of FAIRness (repository, metadata, dataset, files)
  13. 13. Overview content 11 questions in total Data repository: 1 question Findablility: 3 questions Accessability: 1 question Interoperability: 2 questions Reusability: 3 questions Addidional question: 1 question about openness of dataset(s)
  14. 14. Checklist demonstration Checklist “FAIR enough?”
  15. 15. Summary • Questions formulated as simple as possible • No direct ”translation” of FAIR principles • Short explanations of terms and concepts • Reference to trustworthy repositories and CTS • Overall score at the end • “Recommendations” for questions answered with no
  16. 16. Next steps • Ask for feedback from a broad range of researchers • Integrate checklist in the environment of DANS EASY as an additional website
  17. 17. FAIR checklist factsheet
  18. 18. FAIR and repositories • Paper about FAIR and the CoreTrustSeal requirements by Mustapha Mokrane – Comparison between FAIR principles and CTS requirements – Mapping of FAIR principles and CTS requirements – Shows which data-level elements of FAIR are not covered and where extensions are needed
  19. 19. DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO Data Archiving and Networked Services Thank you for your attention! Eliane Fankhauser eliane.fankhauser@dans.knaw.nl www.dans.knaw.nl Twitter: @DANSKNAW

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