"Data Documentation Initiative" .
"Sansone et al. 2019" .
"Data Documentation Initiative on FAIRsharing" .
"Juty et al. 2019" .
"W3C HCLS Dataset Description on FAIRsharing" .
icc:F2-Explanation a icc:Explanation
"Whereas principle F1 enables unambiguous identification of resources of interest, principle F2 speaks to the ability to discover a resource of interest through, for example, search or filtering. Digital resources must be described with rich metadata - descriptors of the content of the resource referred to by that identifier. It is hard to generally define the minimally required 'richness' of this metadata, except that the more generous it is, both for humans and computers, the more specifically findable it becomes in refined searches. While other principles speak to the specific kinds of metadata that should be included, principle F2 simply says that a digital resource that is not well-described cannot be accurately discovered. Thus, this principle encourages data providers to consider the various facets of search that might be employed by a user of their data, and to support those users in their discovery of the resource. To enable both global and local search engines to locate a resource, generic and domain-specific descriptors should be provided." ;
"Explanation of FAIR principle F2" ;
> , <https://doi.org/10.25504/FAIRsharing.1t5ws6
> , <https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3267434
> , <https://fairsharing.org/FAIRsharing.s248mf
> , <https://fairsharing.org/standards/
"It is a challenge for each domain-specific community to define their own metadata descriptors necessary for optimizing findability. The minimal ‘richness’ of the metadata should be defined so that it serves its intended purpose and should also be guided by the requirements of the other FAIR principles. This then poses a challenge to each community to create machine-actionable templates that facilitate capturing uniform and harmonized metadata about similar data resources among all community stakeholders, and to provide a means to ensure that this metadata is updated and curated (doi:10.5281/zenodo.3267434)." ;
"Examples of metadata schemata can be found in FAIRsharing (https://fairsharing.org/standards/, doi:10.1038/s41587-019-0080-8, [McQuilton et al. Data Intell. DI-2019-0028, 2019]) and include for instance the Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) (https://doi.org/10.25504/FAIRsharing.1t5ws6), the HCLS Dataset Descriptors (https://fairsharing.org/FAIRsharing.s248mf), and many domain-specific “minimal information” models that have been invented." .