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14 January 2020 58 reads

CLARIN ERIC adopted the RDA outputs of the Data Fabric Interest Group. 

 

CLARIN ERIC is a European research infrastructure for the social sciences and humanities. Our goal is to store and make Language Data available through repositories and tools for researchers. There are lots of language data  and many tools available that can process these data. Our challenge was to document this and make it easy to access for humans AND machines. The RDA Data Fabric outputs fit well with the CLARIN ecosystem. To cross connect datasets from neighbouring communities such as DARIAH and Europeana. Making the dataflow work, ensuring interoperability. 

Dieter Van Uytvanck - Technical Director CLARIN ERIC

Interview with Dieter Van Uytvanck from CLARIN ERIC

During the RDA 14th Plenary meeting in Helsinki in October 2019, the RDA interviewed Dieter Van Uytvanck, Technical Director at CLARIN ERIC. In the interview Van Uytvanck told the CLARIN adoption story of the RDA outputs by the Data Fabric IG where he explains the adoption process, the RDA network effect and the lessons learned. 

Watch the video and discover what the impact of this adoption case is on CLARIN’s work:

 

 

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