Some Insights on the Roles and Uses of Generalist Repositories – NLM Musings from the Mezzanine

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"Data repositories are a useful way for researchers to both share data and make their data more findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (that is, aligned with the FAIR Data Principles).

Generalist repositories can house a vast array of data. This kind of repository does not restrict data by type, format, content, or topic. NIH has been exploring the roles and uses of generalist repositories in our data repository landscape through three activities, which I describe below, garnering valuable insights over the last year...."


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08/05/2020, 09:54

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08/05/2020, 05:54