The FAIR side of Mendeley Data

lterrat's bookmarks 2016-12-01


"Earlier this year we launched Mendeley Data, an open data repository where researchers from all disciplines can deposit their datasets. Because we want to support all fields of science, we allow all file formats, and are flexible in the kinds of metadata researchers have to provide. However, we still want to ensure that it is easy for others to find the data, access the data, and work with the data.

That’s where FAIR comes in. FAIR stands for Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable and is an approach for data developed since January 2014 by a wide range of scientific and research data organisations including the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (DTL), and which Elsevier and Mendeley and others support strongly."


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Tags: oa.fair oa.mendeley oa.open_science oa.discoverability oa.interoperability oa.reuse oa.principles oa.repositories

Date tagged:

12/01/2016, 13:35

Date published:

12/01/2016, 08:35