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Materials for RDA P19 Session Roadmap to develop actionable guidelines from the data versioning principles

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    Jens Klump

    Dear Members of the RDA Data Versioning IG
    Our session at IDW/RDA P19 is coming up soon (22 June 2022, 00.00 UTC).
    In preparation for our session, we want to send you an update on our agenda. To help us develop actionable recommendations for data versioning, we want to apply the data versioning principles to data versioning use cases, and we are asking for your input.
    Please review the data versioning use cases in light of the data versioning principles and how they would be applied.
    If you would like to contribute new use cases, please add them to the document. We also seek your feedback on the data versioning principles, either the principles themselves or any requirement for actionable guidelines.
    Jens Klump, Mingfang Wu, Kirsten Elger, Lesley Wyborn
    Data Versioning IG Chairs
    Data versioning use cases (V1.2 draft for comments):
    Klump, J., Wyborn, L., Wu, M., Martin, J., Downs, R.R. and Asmi, A., 2021. Versioning Data Is About More than Revisions: A Conceptual Framework and Proposed Principles. Data Science Journal, 20(1), 12 pp. DOI:

    Jens Klump BSc(Hons), Dr. rer. nat.
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