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Romain DAVID

Dear colleague
Laurence and I have completed your survey in line with our SHARC FAIR criteria assesment template
(as a reminder available here:…?
Best regards
Romain DAVID
Ingénieur de Recherche / Reaserch Fellow
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De : ***@***.*** de la part de ChrisB via FAIR Data Maturity Model WG
Envoyé : mercredi 2 octobre 2019 22:29
À : ***@***.***
Objet : [fair_maturity] FAIR data maturity model WG: Prioritisation & Scoring – Invitation to contribute!
Dear members of the FAIR data maturity model Working Group,
Over the past month and a half, we have had lively and fruitful discussions about the indicators and their prioritisation. However, we have not yet reached a consensus. As a consequence, to facilitate this process, we have put together a quick survey where we solely ask your opinion about the priority of each and every current 53 indicators.
Your answers will allow us to better understand and gather all different views, but also allow us to propose a final set of priorities for the next workshop in Helsinki.
Please share with us your opinion about the prioritisation of indicators[1]. We thank you in advance for devoting 5 minutes of your time to the survey. No account nor registration is need.
As a next step towards a common set of assessment criteria, we started to explore a scoring mechanism relying on the FAIRness indicators and their prioritisation. The underlying idea is to assess and objectively score the implementation level of the FAIR principles.
We have created a thread in GitHub[2] to discuss this matter. We invite all members of the Working Group to comment on that proposal on GitHub and to suggest changes in the approach.
Also, don’t hesitate to comment on any other aspect of the work of the editorial team!
Kind regards,
The editorial team
Christophe Bahim
PwC | Technology Consulting | Senior Consultant
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Email: ***@***.***
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