Recognised & Endorsed

24 Jun 2021
CoP

IGAD Community of Practice

Status: 
Recognised & Endorsed
TAB Liaison: 
Devika Madalli

The Interest Group on Agricultural Data (IGAD) came to life in Gothenburg (Göteborg, Sweden) in 2013 at the beginning of the Research Data Alliance (RDA) and has since grown to include over 260 registered members, from across continents. IGAD is a domain-oriented interest group working on all issues related to food and agricultural data. It represents stakeholders in managing data for food and agricultural research and innovation, including producing, aggregating and consuming data.

 

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08 Jan 2021
WG

GORC International Model WG

Status: 
Recognised & Endorsed
Secretariat Liaison: 
Bridget Walker
TAB Liaison: 
Mingfang Wu

The Global Open Research Commons (GORC) International Model WG works under the umbrella of the GORC IG. NOTE: Earlier versions of the charter refer to Benchmarking - name was changed after discussion with Council.

 

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20 Oct 2020
WG

Data Granularity WG

Status: 
Recognised & Endorsed
Secretariat Liaison: 
enquiries@rd-alliance.org
TAB Liaison: 
Karin Breitman

The efficient and effective reuse of data requires that users, be they humans or machines, be able to find and access data at fine levels of granularity. The Data Granularity Working Group aims to better understand and address the existing needs and landscape for data granularity practices, in areas such as data product collection, description, access, and citation, amongst others.  It will do so by both leveraging existing RDA work related to granularity and gathering new information.
  

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19 Oct 2020
WG

Discipline-specific Guidance for Data Management Plans WG

Status: 
Recognised & Endorsed
Secretariat Liaison: 
Bridget Walker
TAB Liaison: 
Helen Glaves

Many research funding agencies expect DMPs which receive valuable metadata about the project as well as collected and analyzed data. In order to use DMPs profitably for researchers in their everyday life and not to create another bureaucratic hurdle, adjustments are needed on the side of the tool providers as well as in the templates.

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