FAIR data

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FAIR stands for Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable. FAIR establishes a framework for data sharing and defines a set of recommendations developed by FORCE11 (The Future of Research Communications and e-Scholarship) for successful data dissemination. FAIR data encompasses the principles of:

  • Findable: data should be able to be found with enough explicit metadata to be searchable;

  • Accessible: data should be accessible to others in some form;

  • Interoperable: data should be able to integrate with other datasets of the same nature using structured formats and standard definitions such as common data elements;

  • Reusable: data should include sufficient documentation and meet community standards in order to enable subsequent reuse of the data by others.

The ODC has been developed to follow the FAIR principles with tools and functionalities designed for the SCI and TBI community’s needs to ensure the success of data sharing with the ODC-SCI and ODC-TBI.

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