Advancing Trust in Data Repositories for Enabling Interdisciplinary Uses of Open Data - Submit an Abstract to this Session

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"Scientific progress increasingly relies on accessing and using open and cross-disciplinary quality data. Research teams often require expertise from diverse disciplines to address new and complex science questions. Meeting needs of diverse users enables new data uses and new knowledge creation. Data repositories play a crucial role in facilitating sharing and analysis of open data, presenting opportunities to enable interdisciplinary uses of scientific data by offering comprehensive service capabilities in a one-stop interface. 


Offering interoperable datasets aligned with current tools and community standards invites discovery, exploration, and analysis, supporting new and complex research questions from diverse users. Repositories can foster interdisciplinary research by encouraging submissions, curating and reviewing data, providing compatible tools and data, and adhering to principles like TRUST, FAIR, and CARE, and the CoreTrustSeal Requirements. 

The session presents repository approaches that inspire stakeholder trust, encourage submissions, and support the use of open data and tools by diverse users."


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06/19/2024, 20:55

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06/19/2024, 16:55