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Using Ontologies to Make Research Data FAIR

Making the most impact with your research, it helps if you had your research data management (RDM) in place. Within the context of the RDM you work on making data more FAIR and perhaps even open, following the requirements from the European Commission. But RDM, FAIR, and Open are not simple checkboxes to cross off. Maastricht University is a NanoCommons partner that has a long history in making data interoperable, open or not. It is and has been involved in many FAIR projects in the life sciences fields, and, in fact, author of the FAIR standard. In this TA we will work on making your data (academia, industry), or published data by others (regulators), more findable, more accessible (which does not imply Open!), more interoperable (allowing others to combine it easier with other data), and more reusable (resulting in more impact of and more citations to your work). We will tune every aspect towards maximising the (commercial) impact of your research. A broad range of solutions is available and in collaboration you will pick those most beneficial to your RDM.


Category:
Data Processing & Analysis, Data Storage & Online Accessibility
Type:
Semantic annotation tool
Applicability domain:
Ontologies
Topic:
Read-across, Information extraction, Identifier mapping
Targeted industry:
Food and feed, Cosmetics, Drugs, Nanotechnology, Chemicals, Other consumer products, Automotives, Textiles, Constructions
Targeted users:
Regulators, Data managers, Researchers, Students, Risk assessors, Data modellers
Access type:
Remote

Provided by:
Maastricht University
Login required:
No

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Resources & Training materials

Presentation
Introduction to the eNanoMapper ontology
Luke Slater, University of Birmingham
9 Oct 2018
Abstract:

Presentation on the structure, content and usage of the eNanoMapper ontology.


Target audience: Data providers, Software developers, Bioinformaticians, Data modellers, Regulators, General public, Data owners, Data managers, Students, Researchers, Risk assessors
Open access: yes
Licence: Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Organisations involved: UoB
Presentation
Video
Using the NanoCommons Knowledge portal for templates and annotation upload
Beatrix Gerhard Ivan Stambolic Deiter Meier
9 Oct 2018
Abstract:

Presentation on the use of the NanoCommons Knowledge portal for templates and annotation upload. Presented during the 1st NanoCommons Hackathon on the Ontological annotation of datasets.


Target audience: Data providers, Bioinformaticians, Data modellers, Data owners, Data managers, Students, Researchers, Risk assessors
Open access: yes
Licence: Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Organisations involved: BIOMAX
Video
Presentation
Using the NanoCommons Knowledge portal for templates and annotation upload
Beatrix Gerhard Ivan Stambolic Dieter Meier
9 Oct 2018
Abstract:

Presentation on the use of the NanoCommons Knowledge portal for templates and annotation upload. Presented during the 1st NanoCommons Hackathon on the Ontological annotation of datasets.


Target audience: Data providers, Bioinformaticians, Data modellers, Regulators, Data owners, Data managers, Students, Researchers, Risk assessors
Open access: yes
Licence: Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)
Organisations involved: BIOMAX
Presentation
Video
Introduction to the eNanoMapper Ontology
Luke Slater
9 Oct 2018
Abstract:

Presentation on the eNanoMapper ontology, its structure and use for annotating nanosafety and nanotechnology data. The presentation took place during the 1st NanoCommons hackathon on the ontological annotation of datasets, Athens, Greece, Oct 2018.


Target audience: Data providers, Bioinformaticians, Data modellers, Data owners, Data managers, Researchers
Open access: yes
Licence: Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Organisations involved: UoB
Video
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