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Educational 15 Oct 2021

Playing FAIR

FAIR data principles were first expounded by a consortium of leading scientists and organisations in Scientific Data magazine in 2016. Their goal was to ensure that scientific data sets could be found and used by machines, with minimal human intervention. FAIR stands for Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. Five years later, how can these principles help to create cooperative, data-sharing ecosystems up and down supply chains…

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Educational15 Oct 2021
Playing FAIR

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