|HTTP1.1 protocol||data communication protocol|
|guidance on persistent resolvable identifiers||policy|
|Persistent Uniform Resource Locators - PURL||redirection service|
|Archival Resource Key||identifier minting service; identifier resolution service|
|Handle system||identifier minting service; identifier resolution service|
|DOI||identifier minting service||based on Handle system|
|identifiers.org||identifier resolution service|
|EZID resolution service||identifier resolution service|
|name2things rsolution service||identifier resolution service|
Perform an automatic assessment of the status of a dataset with respect to the FAIR principles. Obtain human and machine readable reports highlighting the main
Navigate the FAIREvaluator tool, which can be accessed via the following 2 addresses:
In order the run the FAIREvaluator, it is important to understand to notion of FAIR indicators (formerly referred to as FAIR metrics).
One may browse the list of currently community defined indicators from the
To run an evaluation, the FAIREvaluator needs to following 5 inputs from users:
- a collection of FAIR indicators, selected from the list described above.
- a globally unique, persistent, resolveable identifier for the resource to be evaluated.
- a title for the evaluation. Enforce a naming convention to make future searches easiers as these evaluations are saved.
- a person identifier in the form of an ORCID
Hit the 'Run Evaluation' button from 'https://fairsharing.github.io/FAIR-Evaluator-FrontEnd/#!/collections/new/evaluate' page
Analyze the report:
Time to dig into the details and figure out the reasons why some indicators are reporting a failure:
Wilkinson, M.D., Dumontier, M., Sansone, S. et al. Evaluating FAIR maturity through a scalable, automated, community-governed framework. Sci Data 6, 174 (2019). doi:10.1038/s41597-019-0184-5
Clarke et al. FAIRshake: Toolkit to Evaluate the FAIRness of Research Digital Resources, Cell Systems (2019),doi:10.1016/j.cels.2019.09.011
|Philippe Rocca-Serra||University of Oxford, Data Readiness Group||0000-0001-9853-5668||Writing - Original Draft|
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