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The Way to FAIR: from data collection to citation

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    Shelley Stall
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    Collaborative session notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TcuSENTx6YBFOnmAsApZ3944CwBOYwEZx9yc…
     
    The RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model WG’s goal is to develop and maintain an RDA recommendation on a common set of core assessment criteria for FAIRness, plus a self-assessment model suitable for a wide range of disciplines and applications. The RDA Persistent Identification of Instruments WG is exploring a community-driven solution for globally unique identification of measuring instruments operated in the sciences. This session will unite the goals of these working groups by discussing the integration and assessment of FAIR principles at an early stage of research (data collection) while enhancing and standardizing the metadata associated with instrumentation during data measurement and collection.
    We propose to feature speakers from the FAIR Data Maturity Model and Persistent Identification of Instruments WGs to frame the discussion, plus 3 invited speakers with expertise in instrument development and integration of metadata collection to instrumentation across a range of scientific disciplines to speak to challenges and opportunities in this area. The plenary will begin with short presentations (5 min) from each speaker, followed by a moderated panel discussion. We propose to focus on the challenges facing data collection ranging from the bench scale (chemical and biological sciences) to complex global monitoring networks (often employed in earth and environmental sciences disciplines ranging from oceanography to atmospheric science).
    Agenda: 

    0-5 minutes: Introduction to the session. The motivation of exploring current work and interest for FAIR instrument data
    5-15 min: Keith Russell, introduces the work of the FAIR Data Maturity Model WG.
    15-25 min: Rolf Krahl, introduces the work of the Persistent Identification of Instruments WG

    Instrument Use Cases

    25-35 min: Pedro Luiz Pizzigatti Corrêa, University of São Paulo, Amazon Use Case

    35-45 min: Charles Edward Catlett, Argonne National Laboratory, University of Chicago, Urban Environmental Sensor Use Case

    45-55 min: Debora Pignatari Drucker, Embrapa Digital Agriculture, Airborne LIDAR Use Case

    55-65 min: Stuart Chalk, University of North Florida, Chemical Analysis Use Case
    65-85 min: Discussion (30 min – Moderated + Audience Questions)
    85-90 min: Summary – goal-setting (outcomes)

     

    1. First group option
    FAIR Data Maturity Model WG

    Additional links to informative material

    Group page: https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/fair-data-maturity-model-wg 

    Some adoption stories of the FAIR Data Maturity Model: https://www.rd-alliance.org/group/fair-data-maturity-model-wg/wiki/adoption-stories-fdmm

    The FAIR Data Maturity Model: https://zenodo.org/record/3909563#.YhhMw-hBy71 

    Use cases from the Persistent Identification of Instruments WG: https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/persistent-identification-instruments-wg

    Persistent Identification of Instruments webinar: https://www.rd-alliance.org/PID-instruments-May2022_webinar

    Avoid conflict with the following group (1)
    Complex Citations Working Group

    Brief introduction describing the activities and scope of the group
    FAIR Data Maturity Group Working Group
    The RDA FAIR Data Maturity Group was established at the end of 2018 with the objective to bring together stakeholders from different scientific and research disciplines, the industry and public sector, who are active and/or interested in the FAIR data principles and in particular in assessment criteria and methodologies for evaluating their real-life uptake and implementation level. The Working Group completed an RDA Recommendation, a common set of core assessment criteria for FAIRness and a generic and expandable self-assessment model for measuring the maturity level of a dataset. The group has over 250 members representing a wide range of disciplines and regions around the world.
    Persistent Identification of Instruments Working Group
    The Persistent Identification of Instruments Working Group seeks to explore a community-driven solution for globally unique identification of measuring instruments operated in the sciences. Our objectives are to recommend a metadata profile to describe instruments that harmonises existing identification standards and complements existing metadata schemas; to explore methodology/technology to register and resolve the new PID; and to operationalise the solution by engaging existing PID infrastructure providers, instrument developers and manufacturers, as well as instrument database providers.

     

    Estimate of the required room capacity
    40-50

    Group chair serving as contact person
    Shelley Stall

    I declare that I have informed the chairs of all the Working / Interest groups included in this joint meeting application.
    Acknowledged

    Meeting objectives
    Making datasets FAIR requires all research stakeholders. In this session we explore the challenges and opportunities within the instrument manufacturing community and how RDA can support this community with the goal of incorporating FAIR principles into data collection at an earlier stage. This will enable researchers to more easily compile accessible, meaningful metadata to accompany their datasets, making the data from a broad type of instruments more FAIR.

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    Target Audience
    Researchers, instrument engineers and developers, data service owners, funders and infrastructures from different scientific and research disciplines, the industry and public sector, who are active and/or interested in the FAIR data principles and in particular in assessment criteria and methodologies for evaluating their real-life uptake and implementation level.
    We are interested to meet the newcomers and those are starting their FAIR journey, especially for research instruments, but also those that are implementing methods around the globe.

     

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