Come join us in our next webinar on Archiving Your Software with Software Heritage and EOSC-Core
Join us for the FAIRCORE4EOSC webinar titled "Archive Your Software to the Software Heritage: The Example of an EOSC-Core Service." This engaging session will delve into the importance of software archiving and preservation, specifically through the Software Heritage platform. Discover how the EOSC-Core service utilises Software Heritage to ensure the long-term accessibility and reproducibility of research software. Gain valuable insights into the benefits of archiving software, the challenges involved, and best practices for integrating Software Heritage into your own projects.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the role of software archiving in advancing FAIR principles and promoting open science. Register now and join us on 4 July 2023, at 11:00 CEST or 12:00 EEST for this informative and interactive webinar.
Looking ahead to the 2nd year of FAIRCORE4EOSC project
Join us as we embark on an exciting journey in our second year, advancing data accessibility, interoperability, and the adoption of FAIR principles within the European Open Science Cloud. Be part of the movement and unlock the true potential of research data. Stay tuned for upcoming activities, collaborations, and opportunities to engage with us.
Read our latest project briefing and discover the future of Open Science with FAIR4EOSC!
FAIRCORE4EOSC is developing a set of nine EOSC-Core components necessary to enable a FAIR EOSC ecosystem, improving the discoverability and interoperability of an increased amount of research outputs.
Discover three of them in this newsletter!
This component consists of three subcomponents that facilitate service workflows for generating data dumps of community profiles. These dumps, which include DOIs and metadata from the DataCite data file, are designed for easy ingestion by EOSC and related services. The component also integrates the data usage of DataCite DOIs with statistics in PIDGraph and allows for the ingestion and exposure of additional PID entity links through PID Graph APIs. Additionally, the service enables the aggregation of PID links for enhanced functionality.
The PID Meta Resolver is a unified interface that simplifies the processing and integration of various Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) used to reference research data. It allows for the resolution of PIDs from different systems, improving machine-based data processing, and enabling easier access to digital object information. The component includes a Metaresolver backend for PID resolution and metadata presentation, REST APIs for machine actionability, and a user-friendly UI for different types of users to utilise the Metaresolver.
The EOSC RAiD (Research Activity Identifier) enables the provision of persistent and resolvable identifiers for research projects. It allows users and services to effectively manage and access information about project-related participants, services, and outcomes. The RAiD system collects and associates related identifiers, such as contributors, organisations, inputs, and outputs, with descriptive project information, including title, description, and subject, within a metadata record. Through the EOSC RAiD implementation, authorised users and services within the EOSC ecosystem gain the ability to efficiently manage and retrieve project-related information.
Experience the future of data management and discovery with our groundbreaking case study, improving the discoverability of climate research with new EOSC-Core components. By utilising our innovative Kernel Information Types and the powerful Data Type Registry (DTR), selected ENES data collections will receive unique identifiers known as RAiDs. This enables users to gain a comprehensive view of project entities, facilitating seamless interdisciplinary collaboration. Our metadata integration with B2FIND15 and OSGs ensures widespread discoverability and accessibility. Join us in revolutionizing data analytics and unlocking the potential of ENES data collections.
Did you miss out on our exciting events? Don't worry, we've got you covered! See our featured events and immerse yourself in the world of FAIR data. Unlock the potential of your research and contribute to building a more open and collaborative scientific landscape.
FAIRCORE4EOSC, a leading initiative in promoting FAIR data principles and enhancing the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), participated in the prestigious ITAEOSC 2023 event held on 5 June 2023 in Rome.
The joint webinar of FAIRCORE4EOSC and FAIR-IMPACT took a comprehensive look at the scholarly infrastructure ecosystem. The session surveyed existing guidelines in this field and incorporated valuable feedback from the research community.
The first workshop of the series, ‘Why Mappings Matter and how to make them FAIR?’, organised by FAIR-IMPACT, introduces participants to the motivation behind doing mappings and how they could benefit even more by making mappings FAIR.
The annual General Assembly (EGU23) brought together geoscientists worldwide in a hybrid format from 23-28 April 2023. This inclusive event provided a platform for scientists, including early-career researchers, to present their work and engage with experts across all areas of geoscience.
Tommi Suominen, the FAIRCORE4EOSC project coordinator, participated in the second part of the discussion on "FAIR Resources for Industry: What is Happening in EOSC?" during the OntoCommons-focused workshop held from April 4–6, 2023, at the Fraunhofer Forum Berlin (Germany).
Join us from 20-22 September 2023 for the EOSC Symposium, taking place in Madrid in the context of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The event is organised by EOSC Future, together with the EOSC Tripartite collaboration (the EOSC Association, the EOSC Steering Board and the European Commission).