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FAIR Data, Operations and Model management for Systems Biology and Systems Medicine Projects given at 1st Conference of the European Association of Systems Medicine, 26-28 October 2016, Berlin. the FAIRDOM project is described.

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

Lecture 2: Being Reproducible: Models, Research Objects and R* Brouhaha Reproducibility is a R* minefield, depending on whether you are testing for robustness (rerun), defence (repeat), certification (replicate), comparison (reproduce) or transferring between researchers (reuse). Different forms of "R" make different demands on the completeness, depth and portability of research. Sharing is another minefield raising concerns of credit and protection from sharp practices. In practice the exchange, ...

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

Lecture 1: Being FAIR: FAIR data and model management In recent years we have seen a change in expectations for the management of all the outcomes of research – that is the “assets” of data, models, codes, SOPs, workflows. The “FAIR” (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) Guiding Principles for scientific data management and stewardship [1] have proved to be an effective rallying-cry. Funding agencies expect data (and increasingly software) management retention and access plans. Journals ...

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

Presented at Digital Life 2018, Bergen, March 2018. In the Trust and Accountability session. In recent years we have seen a change in expectations for the management and availability of all the outcomes of research (models, data, SOPs, software etc) and for greater transparency and reproduciblity in the method of research. The “FAIR” (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) Guiding Principles for stewardship [1] have proved to be an effective rallying-cry for community groups and for policy ...

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

A personal view of the big picture in Research Data Management, given at GFBio - de.NBI Summer School 2018 Riding the Data Life Cycle! Braunschweig Integrated Centre of Systems Biology (BRICS), 03 - 07 September 2018

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

FAIRDOM User Meeting, Lyon, France, 27 Oct 2018 Introduction to FAIRDOM Project and platforms

Creators: Carole Goble, Natalie Stanford

Submitter: Carole Goble

Keynote presented at the workshop FAIRe Data Infrastructures, 15 October 2020 https://www.gmds.de/aktivitaeten/medizinische-informatik/projektgruppenseiten/faire-dateninfrastrukturen-fuer-die-biomedizinische-informatik/workshop-2020/

Remarkably it was only in 2016 that the ‘FAIR Guiding Principles for scientific data management and stewardship’ appeared in Scientific Data. The paper was intended to launch a dialogue within the research and policy communities: to start a journey to wider accessibility ...

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

COMBINE 2019, EU-STANDS4PM, Heidelberg, Germany 18 July 2019 FAIR: Findable Accessable Interoperable Reusable. The “FAIR Principles” for research data, software, computational workflows, scripts, or any other kind of Research Object one can think of, is now a mantra; a method; a meme; a myth; a mystery. FAIR is about supporting and tracking the flow and availability of data across research organisations and the portability and sustainability of processing methods to enable transparent and ...

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

Talk given by Olga Krebs and Aleyey Kolodkin at the" Best practices in research data management and stewardship" training on 17 June 2021

Creator: Olga Krebs

Submitter: Olga Krebs

FAIRDOM introduction by Olga Krebs

Creators: Olga Krebs, Carole Goble, Katy Wolstencroft

Submitter: Olga Krebs

Introductory talk given by Olga Krebs in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Rovira i Virgili on 19th of July 2017

Creator: Olga Krebs

Submitter: Olga Krebs

Introductory talk given by Olga Krebs in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Rovira i Virgili on 19th of July 2017

Creator: Olga Krebs

Submitter: Olga Krebs

SEEK functionalities presented by Olga Krebs

Creators: Olga Krebs, Wolfgang Müller

Submitter: Olga Krebs

Talk given by Olga Krebs at EmPowerPutida project meeting in Bruxeles 23rd November 2016

Creators: Olga Krebs, Carole Goble, Rostyslav Kuzyakiv, Wolfgang Müller, Quyen Nguyen, Stuart Owen, Bernd Rinn, Jacky Snoep, Natalie Stanford

Submitter: Olga Krebs

FAIRDOMHub training for SYSTERACT project meeting on 10th of November 2016 in Leiden, NL

Creator: Olga Krebs

Submitter: Olga Krebs

Talk given by Olga Krebs at FAIRDOM-LiSyM-de.NBI Data Structuring Course - Nov 22-23 in Hünfeld (D)

Creator: Olga Krebs

Submitter: Olga Krebs

This document helps Horizon 2020 beneficiaries make their research data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR), to ensure it is soundly managed. Good research data management is not a goal in itself, but rather the key conduit leading to knowledge discovery and innovation, and to subsequent data and knowledge integration and reuse. Note that these guidelines do not apply to their full extent to actions funded by the ERC. For information and guidance concerning Open Access and the ...

Creator: Olga Krebs

Submitter: Olga Krebs

Talk given by Tomasz Zieliński

Creator: Tomasz Zielinski

Submitter: Olga Krebs

Presented by Martin Böhm, German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany

Creators: Markus Stepath, Martin Böhm

Submitter: Olga Krebs

Talk by Jacky Snoep, Stellenbosch University, SA

Creator: Jacky Snoep

Submitter: Olga Krebs

The presentation was given during the PALs meeting in Munich on Dec. 10th, 2015 It talks about openBIS, an open, distributed system for managing biological information. The main goal of openBIS is to support biological research data workflows from the source (i.e. the measurement instruments) to data processing and analyzing facilities.

Creator: Rostyslav Kuzyakiv

Submitter: Rostyslav Kuzyakiv

Slides that were presented alongside a SEEK demonstration at the EraSysApp PALS meeting in Munich - December 2015

Creator: Stuart Owen

Submitter: Stuart Owen

Written and presented by Carole Goble (University of Manchester) as part of the Reproducible and Citable Data and Models Workshop in Warnemünde, Germany. September 14th - 16th 2015.

Creators: Natalie Stanford, Carole Goble, Stuart Owen

Submitter: Natalie Stanford

Documentation for using FAIRDOMHUB / SEEK for a workshop in Warnemunde, September 2015.

Creators: Natalie Stanford, Stuart Owen, Norman Morrison, Olga Krebs

Submitter: Natalie Stanford

Written and presented by Carole Goble (University of Manchester) at Multiscale Biology Network Springboard meeting, Nottingham. June 1st 2015.

Creators: Natalie Stanford, Carole Goble

Submitter: Natalie Stanford

Written and presented by Carole Goble (University of Manchester) at Multiscale Biology Network Springboard meeting, Nottingham. June 1st 2015.

Creators: Natalie Stanford, Carole Goble

Submitter: Natalie Stanford

Written and presented by Wolfgang Müller (HITS) as part of the Reproducible and Citable Data and Models Workshop in Warnemünde, Germany. September 14th - 16th 2015.

Creators: Natalie Stanford, Wolfgang Müller

Submitter: Natalie Stanford

Written by Martin Scharm (University of Rostock), Ron Henkel (University of Rostock), Dagmar Waltemath (University of Rostock), Olaf Wolkenhauer (University of Rostock, Stellenbosch University), and presented by Martin Scharm (University of Rostock) as part of the Reproducible and Citable Data and Models Workshop in Warnemünde, Germany. September 14th - 16th 2015.

Creators: Natalie Stanford, Dagmar Waltemath, Olaf Wolkenhauer, Ron Henkel, Martin Scharm (University of Rostock)

Submitter: Natalie Stanford

Written and presented by Dagmar Waltemath (University of Rostock) as part of the Reproducible and Citable Data and Models Workshop in Warnemünde, Germany. September 14th - 16th 2015.

Creators: Natalie Stanford, Dagmar Waltemath

Submitter: Natalie Stanford

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