Catharina Wasner, Erik Schultes and Luiz Bonino will attend the 14th RDA Plenary Meeting.
On Tuesday 22 October 2019 (09:00-12:30) there will be a co-located event on Building a Matrix about the Technologies Used by Research Infrastructures [agenda] at the Harald Herlin Learning Centre, Otaniementie 9, Otaniemi, Espoo which will be open to the public. Last updates on this meeting are assembled at GitHub.
This side meeting has been organised by GEDE in close collaboration with Leiden University Libraries, GO FAIR, ENVRI-FAIR and FAIRsFAIR which all participated in the discussions about the FAIR Convergence Matrix.
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Emerging from the first plenary meeting of GO FAIR Implementation Networks (January 2019, Leiden), FAIR Convergence Matrix is a developing platform that uses a questionnaire to compile for any community of practice, an inventory of their self-declared FAIR implementation choices and challenges. The Convergence Matrix is itself a FAIR resource, openly available, and encourages voluntary participation by any self-identified community of practice (not only the GO FAIR Implementation Networks). Based on patterns of use and reuse of existing resources, the Convergence Matrix supports the transparent derivation of strategies that optimally coordinate convergence on standards and technologies in the emerging Internet of FAIR Data and Services. This co-located event will present the status of the platform development, the results of 32 research infrastructures that have completed the questionnaire, and will encourage an open discussion on how the Convergence Matrix can be improved.
- Flyer co-located event RDA Plenary, Helsinki
- Agenda and back ground documents at GitHub
- FAIR Convergence Matrix information
- Initial results from GEDE Technology Matrix questionnaire
- Initial results from ENVRI-FAIR Matrix questionnaire
- FAIR Convergence Matrix Development Group on OSF
- FAIR Convergence Matrix introductory slide deck
- FAIR Convergence Matrix pre-print