RDM Platform Coscine -- FAIR play integrated right from the start

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Ilona Lang , Marcel Nellesen, Marius Politze 


Nowadays, researchers often need to distribute their research data among a multitude of service providers with varying (if any) levels of maturity in terms of FAIR research data management (RDM). To provide researchers with a single point of access to their project data and to add a FAIR layer to already established services, the RDM platform Coscine was developed. Within Coscine different services (so-called resources) can be added to a project, allowing access to the associated data for all project participants. A persistent identifier (PID) is assigned for each resource and metadata management is integrated with flexibly definable schemas based on RDF, OWL and SHACL. Thereby, Coscine bundles for each project the research data, metadata, interfaces and PID into a linked record according to the FAIR digital object (FDO) model.


Data Infrastructure, Data Management Software


Coscine, Research Data Management Platform, FAIR Guiding Principles, FAIR Digital Object Framework, metadata, Data Management Software, FAIR, FAIR Digital Object Framework, metadata


Published: 2023-05-05 19:22

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