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Metabolomics Data Interoperability IG

Status: 
Withdrawn

Metabolomics assesses the molecular state of an organism or collections of organisms through the comprehensive quantitative and qualitative analysis of all small molecules in cells, tissues, and body fluids. It has become an important phenotyping technique for molecular biology and medicine. In addition application of metabolomics in environmental science, toxicology, food and medical industry is well established, growing and documented.

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02 Mar 2015
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National Data Services IG

Status: 
Completed
Secretariat Liaison: 
enquiries[at]rd-alliance.org
TAB Liaison: 
Devika Madalli

Given the increased value of research data as a national research asset, many countries are establishing national services to provide data services, coordination and support for research data storage, management, publication, reuse and sharing. The peers for such national data services are other national data services, and this interest group is intended as a peer support forum to exchange ideas and share experiences. The desired outcome is to increase efficiency for the individual operators of national data services and to promote a more coherent joined-up, informal federation cooperative of such services.

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17 Oct 2016
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On-Farm Data Sharing (OFDS) WG

Status: 
Withdrawn

Farmers have the capability as they have never had before to critically evaluate management practices using field-scale replicated strip trials. Farmers have gained this powerful capability because yield monitors on combines enable accurate measurement of yields. Networks of farmers have become increasingly common to exploit the potential of yield monitors to evaluate management practices at the field level. Networks of farmers have also become increasingly common because farmers understand the power of evaluating management practices across many fields.

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Preservation e-Infrastructure IG

Status: 
Completed

Status: Recognised & Endorsed The aim of the Preservation e-Infrastructure Interest Group is to reach wide agreement on the e-Infrastructure services which are needed to help repositories to preserve their data holdings, to ensure the interoperability of service implementations, and to build trust of service providers.

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05 Mar 2017
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Provenance Patterns WG

Status: 
Withdrawn
Chair (s): 
Secretariat Liaison: 
Stefanie Kethers
TAB Liaison: 
Sarah Ramdeen

Tracking provenance for research data is vital to science and scholarship, providing answers to common questions researchers and institutions pose when sharing and exchanging data.

The tasks for this Working Group focus on finding, detailing and recommending best practices for provenance representation and management.

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