WorldFAIR Deliverable Webinar Series: FAIR Implementation Profiles, the Cross-Domain Interoperability Framework and the WorldFAIR Methodology

28 June 2023, 13:00 – 14:00 UTC

This webinar will present our experience with creating FAIR Implementation Profiles (FIPs), and address the WorldFAIR methodology as presented in D2.1: FAIR Implementation Profiles (FIPs) in WorldFAIR: What Have We Learnt? The speakers will also expand on engaging with the Case Studies on their data, identification of ‘interoperability interfaces’ and the implications for the Cross-Doman Interoperability Framework.

D2.1 FAIR Implementation Profiles (FIPs) in WorldFAIR: What Have We Learnt?

This report gives a brief overview of the experience of the WorldFAIR project in using FAIR Implementation Profiles (FIPs). It describes the WorldFAIR project, its objectives and its rich set of Case Studies; and it introduces FIPs as a methodology for listing the FAIR implementation decisions made by a given community of practice.



Speakers

Simon Hodson, CODATA (Project Coordinator)

Arofan Gregory, CODATA


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WorldFAIR @ RDA’S 10 Year Anniversary: The WorldFAIR Case Study on Plant-pollinator Interactions (WP10)

In 2023 the Research Data Alliance is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. We’re excited to commemorate this important milestone with our community by organising a series of international and regional events and activities dedicated to a specific theme related to research data management of relevance to the RDA community.

As part of this event series, WorldFAIR WP10 (Agricultural Biodiversity) will present their findings from their discovery phase: FAIR assessments, good practices, tools and examples to create, manage and share data related to plant-pollinator interactions.

You can find out more about WorldFAIR WP10: Agricultural Biodiversity by visiting the dedicated webpage.

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WorldFAIR @ RDA’s 10 Year Anniversary: Image sharing systems and practices in Cultural Heritage

In 2023 the Research Data Alliance is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. We’re excited to commemorate this important milestone with our community by organising a series of international and regional events and activities dedicated to a specific theme related to research data management of relevance to the RDA community.

As part of this event series, WorldFAIR Work Package 13 (WP13) presented their landscaping report identifying how Cultural Heritage institutions engage with FAIR (examining formats and image delivery technologies).

This workshop recording is now available below.

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WorldFAIR Output Webinar Series: Overview of the projects first round of disciplinary reports: Updates from the Social Surveys (WP6) and Cultural Heritage (WP13)

14 June 2023, 08:00 – 09:00 UTC

This webinar will present the following deliverables completed by WP6 and WP13 respectively:

WORLDFAIR PROJECT (D6.1) CROSS-NATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCES SURVEY FAIR IMPLEMENTATION CASE STUDIES

Overview of the data harmonisation practices of cross-national social surveys, through case studies of the European Social Survey and the Australian Social Survey International – European Social Survey. We compare the practices between the organisations responsible for the data management of ESS and AUSSI-ESS.

WORLDFAIR PROJECT D13.1 CULTURAL HERITAGE MAPPING REPORT: PRACTICES AND POLICIES SUPPORTING CULTURAL HERITAGE IMAGE SHARING PLATFORMS

Outline of current practices guiding online digital image sharing by institutions charged with providing care and access to cultural memory, in order to identify how these practices may be adapted to promote and support the FAIR principles for data sharing.



Speakers

Beth Knazook, DRI (Cultural Heritage, WP13)


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New data model: Exploring eDNA data

 8 June 2023

15:00 – 17:00 CEST

Join us for an informative and engaging community webinar as we explore the latest updates and developments in eDNA and GBIF’s new data model. The agenda includes expert speakers sharing their insights and experiences with eDNA data publishing and a discussion and community engagement session as we explore how eDNA data publishing could look in the future.

Mélianie Raymond, community and capacity manager at the GBIF Secretariat, will moderate the session as attendees learn about the current practice for publishing eDNA data and participate in discussions on ideas for future publishing tools and processes

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WorldFAIR Project webinar series announced

The WorldFAIR Project is launching a webinar series aiming to promote and discuss all published and upcoming deliverables and project outputs.

The webinars will run from May 2023 to May 2024. They are free to attend.

Please note all webinars will be recorded and uploaded on the WorldFAIR YouTube channel and website.

The following webinars are currently confirmed – more dates will be added soon, so stay tuned!

TopicDate/timeDescriptionSpeakersRegistrationWebinar recording
WorldFAIR Project: Introduction to the WorldFAIR webinar series. 26 May, 13:00 – 14:00 UTCThis webinar ran by WP14 will present the WorldFAIR project and give an overview of the work carried out by the WPs in the context of EOSC and the international data landscape.Ari Asmi (RDA AISBL Director), Hilary Hanahoe (RDA Secretary General), Javier López Albacete (Policy Officer, EC)Register hereTBC
WorldFAIR Output Webinar Series: Overview of the projects first round of disciplinary reports: Updates from the Social Surveys and Cultural Heritage.14 June 2023,
08:00 – 09:00 UTC
This webinar will present the following deliverables completed by WP6 and WP13 respectively:

– Cross-national Social Sciences survey FAIR implementation case studies (6.1)
– Cultural Heritage Mapping Report (13.1)
Steven McEachern (WP6), Beth Knazook (WP13)Register hereTBC
WorldFAIR Output Webinar Series: WorldFAIR FAIR Implementation Profiles (FIPs), the Cross-Domain Interoperability Framework (CDIF) – and more. (v1)28 June 2023,
13:00 – 14:00 UTC
WP2 will provide an update on D2.1 and the FAIR Implementation Profiles as well as about the engagement with the Case Studies on their data, identification of ‘interoperability interfaces’ and the implications for the Cross-Domain Interoperability Framework (CDIF).  Simon Hodson, Arofan Gregory (WP1, WP2)Register hereTBC
WorldFAIR Output Webinar Series: Overview of the projects first round of disciplinary reports: Updates from Chemistry and Nanomaterials. 13 September 2023, 14:00 – 15:00 UTCThis webinar will present the following deliverables completed by WP3 and WP4 respectively:

– Digital recommendations for Chemistry FAIR data policy and practice (3.1)
– Nanomaterials domain-specific FAIRification mapping (4.1)
Leah Rae McEwen, Fatima Mustafa, Ian Bruno, Stuart Chalk (WP3); Iseult Lynch (WP4), more speakers TBCRegister hereTBC
WorldFAIR Output Webinar Series: Overview of the projects first round of disciplinary reports: Updates from Biodiversity and Agriculture 20 September 2023, 13:00 – 14:00 UTCThis webinar will present the following deliverables completed by WP9 and WP10 respectively:

– Data standard for sharing ecological and environmental monitoring data documented
for community review (9.1)
– Agriculture-related pollinator data standards use cases report (10.1)
Joe Miller (WP9); Debora Pignatari Drucker, Maarten Trekels, Quentin Groom (WP10)Register hereTBC
WorldFAIR Output Webinar Series: Overview of the projects first round of disciplinary reports: Updates from Population Health and Urban HealthOctober 2023, date TBCThis webinar will present the following deliverables completed by WP7 and WP8 respectively:

Population Health Data Implementation Guide (7.1)
Urban Health Data – Guidelines and Recommendations (8.1)
Jim Todd (WP7); Ana Ortigoza (WP8)TBCTBC
WorldFAIR Output Webinar Series: Overview of the projects first round of disciplinary reports: Disaster Risk Reduction Updates15 November 2023, 20:00 – 21:00 UTCThis webinar will present the following deliverables completed by WP12:
– Disaster Risk Reduction Case study report (12.1)
– Disaster Risk Reduction Domain-specific FAIR vocabularies (12.2)
Jill Bolland, Bapon Fakhruddin T+T (WP12)Register hereTBC
WorldFAIR Output Webinar Series: Overview of the projects first round of disciplinary reports: Cultural Heritage and Social Surveys updates v2This webinar will present the following deliverables completed by WP13 and WP6 respectively: Cultural Heritage Recommendations (13.2) Cross-national Social Sciences survey best practice guidelines (6.2)Steven McEachern (WP6), Beth Knazook (WP13)TBCTBC

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WorldFAIR at RDA Plenary 20: Synopsis 

The WorldFAIR project partners were present at multiple breakout sessions throughout the RDA Plenary 20 week, either leading them or delivering short presentations. This section presents selected highlights of the project’s presence at the Plenary. 

Describing diverse chemistry datasets across distributed data resources (FAIRChemistry – WP3, OneGeochemistry – WP5)

The Chemistry Research Data Interest Group ran a session titled ‘Describing diverse chemistry datasets across distributed data resources‘. The session provided updates and perspectives from regional and disciplinary initiatives relevant to chemistry, focusing on the challenge of describing chemistry data sets to enable interoperability and reuse across resources and domains. This was followed by a discussion that aimed to identify cross-community challenges that might be addressed through activities within the RDA. The discussion identified areas of focus that the group will aim to take forward, in collaboration with other RDA groups and community initiatives.

Presentations by FAIRChemistry (WP3)

As part of the Birds of a Feather session ‘Data representation in materials and chemicals based on harmonised domain ontologies‘ WP3’s Stuart Chalk presented the IUPAC Gold Book: A Compendium of Chemical Terminology, one of the series of IUPAC ‘Colour Books’ on chemical nomenclature, terminology, symbols and units. Stuart also showcased a Chemical Analysis Use Case in the session The Way to FAIR: from data collection to citation, and presented during the session Practical implementations of the I-ADOPT framework and future directions.

Agricultural Biodiversity (WP10)

Maarten Trekels gave an update on the WorldFAIR Case study on Plant-Pollinator interactions during the session Improving Global Agricultural Data (IGAD) Community of Practice First Steps and Way Forward

Cultural Heritage (WP13)

Joan Murphy gave a lightning talk during the session Expanding our horizons to new disciplines: harmonising on what is core to all on the high level objectives of WorldFAIR, the Cross-Domain Interoperability Framework (CDIF) and the potential relevance of WP13’s image file work for all disciplines.
On 20 March, Ari Asmi (WP14) welcomed WorldFAIR partners and RDA-EOSC Future Awardees to a joint networking event. The reception provided the perfect opportunity for closer collaboration between RDA projects with an EOSC focus and the WorldFAIR disciplinary case studies, in order to make connections along disciplinary data challenges, and to internationalise the European projects.

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OneGeochemistry: Towards a Global Network of Geochemical Data at EGU2023

MON, 24 APR, 19:00–20:00 (CEST)

During this Town Hall, the OneGeochemistry initiative will give an update on activities and progress, and will invite you to join a discussion on how the community can best help and participate in the creation of geochemical data standards. The goal is to broaden community awareness of and participation in the initiative, and to further learn from successful initiatives in other disciplines. Find out more.

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NEXT UP IN THE PARC FAIR DATA AND TOOLS WEBINAR SERIES…

Coming Up: 20 April, Example FIPs – WorldFAIR project: Chemistry & Nanomaterials, Leah McEwan, Cornell University / Thomas Exner, SevenPastNine

The European Partnership for the Assessment of Risks from Chemicals (PARC) is an EU-wide research and innovation partnership programme

It support EU and national chemical risk assessment and risk management bodies with new data, knowledge, methods, networks and skills to address current, emerging and novel chemical safety challenges.

As part of its openness and FAIRness mission, a series of webinars is organised open to all with an interest in FAIR data and FAIR tools / models / software. Within the scope of PARC. it is pulling in speakers from across the spectrum including from INQUIRE, WorldFAIR, MACRAME, NanoSolveIT and more.

Webinars are held every other Thursday 4-5 CET – around 45 minutes presentation + 15 minutes discussion.

Zoom link
Meeting ID: 820 3010 6755
Passcode:438719

26 Jan 2023FAIR AwarenessErik Schultes, GO FAIR Foundationslides available 
09 Feb 2023Experience as a data shepherd in NanoCommons – bridging the knowledge gap and changing cultures around data managementAnastasios Papadiamantis, University of Birminghamslides/recording TBR
r23 Feb 2023FAIR Implementation Profiles – Introduction & their use in PARCBarbara Magagna, GO FAIR Foundationslides/recording TBR
09 Mar 2023Visualisation of complex experimental workflowsThomas Exner, SevenPastNineslides/recording TBR
23 Mar 2023Making (nano)toxicity data FAIR – experiences from Gov4Nano & Data Re-use examplesPenny Nymark, Karolinska Universityslides/recording TBR
06 Apr 2023Analysis of FAIRness of Online DMP ToolsIseult Lynch, University of Birminghamslides/recording TBR
20 Apr 2023Example FIPs – WorldFAIR project: Chemistry & NanomaterialsLeah McEwan, Cornell University / Thomas Exner, SevenPastNineslides/recording TBR

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