How to operationalize and to evaluate the FAIRness in the crediting and rewarding processes in data sharing: a first step towards a simplified assessment grid

Romain David 1 Laurence Mabile 2 Mohamed Yahia 3 Anne Cambon-Thomsen 4 Anne-Sophie Archambeau 5 Louise Bezuidenhout 6 Sofie Bekaert 7 Gabrielle Bertier 8 Elena Bravo Jane Carpenter 9 Anna Cohen-Nabeiro 10 Aurélie Delavaud 10 Michele de Rosa 11 Laurent Dollé 12 Florencia Grattarola 13 Fiona Murphy 14 Sophie Pamerlon 15 Alison Specht 10 Anne-Marie Tassé 16 Mogens Thomsen 17 Martina Zilioli 18
Abstract : Indexed identifier ? Identification Are each data/dataset identified by an indexed and independant identifier ? Persistent metadata / data link ? Metadata traceability Are the metadata linked to the dataset through a persistent identifier? Metadata & authority linked ? Metadata traceability Are the metadata of each dataset linked to a unique authority (responsible for the datasets at a given time)? Unique, global, persistent ID? Identification Are the data identifiers unique, global and persistent ? Are the data identifiers unique, global and persistent ? Datasets linked to authority ? Metadata traceability Are all datasets linked to an authority (legal entity) through a unique and persistent identifier over time (e.g. institution, association or established body)? In case of a legal reuse restriction (such as personal data, state and public security, national defense secret, confidentiality of external relations, information systems security, secrets in industrial and commercial matters) , is the restriction properly justified?
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Romain David, Laurence Mabile, Mohamed Yahia, Anne Cambon-Thomsen, Anne-Sophie Archambeau, et al.. How to operationalize and to evaluate the FAIRness in the crediting and rewarding processes in data sharing: a first step towards a simplified assessment grid. JNSO 2018 - Journées Nationales de la Science Ouverte, Dec 2018, Paris, France. 2018, ⟨https://jnso2018.sciencesconf.org/⟩. ⟨hal-01943521v2⟩

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