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10 Sep 2014
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Reproducibility IG

Status: 
Completed
Secretariat Liaison: 
enquiries@rd-alliance.org
TAB Liaison: 
Isabelle Perseil

This interest group seeks to advance and enable reproducibility in research based on or producing datasets. Our goals are to provide community based recommendations and infrastructure solutions, doing so in coordination with the other RDA Working and Interest Groups where appropriate.

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Research Data Provenance IG

Status: 
Completed
Chair (s): 

The Research Data Provenance Interest Group focuses on the comparison and evaluation of models for data provenance. It is concerned with questions of data origins, maintenance of identity through the data lifecycle, and how we account for data modification.

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22 Oct 2015
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Research Data Repository Interoperability WG

Status: 
Completed
Chair (s): 
Secretariat Liaison: 
enquiries@rd-alliance.org

Charter

The Research Data Repository Interoperability Working Group will establish standards for interoperability between different research data repository platforms. These standards may include (but are not limited to) a generic API and import/export formats.

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Service Management IG

Status: 
Withdrawn

Interest Group approach

Provision of data infrastructures requires collaboration and federation of multiple organisations and bodies to realise the vision of high-value joint data infrastructures presented by the RDA and others.

For data infrastructures to be relied upon by end users, in addition to policy- and technical-level alignment, there must be a shared basis for service delivery and management within data infrastructures.

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04 Jun 2013
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Standardisation of Data Categories and Codes WG

Status: 
Withdrawn
Secretariat Liaison: 
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Status: Recognised & Endorsed Working Group on Standardisation of data categories and codes, working specifically with the ISO 639. The outputs of this Working Group will assist with greater data sharing, data discovery, and interoperability of repositories/archives

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