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    News 2023-08-03

    High-level Introduction to FAIRsharing Released

    Check out this factsheet to get a concise intro to FAIRsharing!

    Allyson Lister and Susanna-Assunta Sansone from the Data Readiness Group at our project partner University of Oxford (UK) have released a helpful factsheet that provides a high-level introduction to FAIRsharing. The FAIRsharing team is supported in part by funding from EOSC-Life.

    View the factsheet here

    What is FAIRsharing?

    FAIRsharing is a curated, informative, and educational resource that provides useful information about data and metadata standards that are applied (and affect) databases and data policies.

    Who can use FAIRsharing (and how)?

    Those who use data (consumers) can explore FAIRsharing to confidently find, choose, and use these data resources.

    Data producers can use FAIRsharing to make it easier for data users (consumers) to find, adopt, and cite these data more easily.

    And data managers (humans and tools) can use FAIRsharing to access trustworthy content, efficiently carry out data management tasks, and promote standards and databases.

    Explore the FAIRsharing Educational series, created by the FAIRsharing Team and Community Champions, to learn even more!

    Explore the EOSC-Life FAIRsharing collection of data resources!

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