F.A.I.R. for one and F.A.I.R. for all- how the F.A.I.R. data initiative can help you as a researcher

2018-11-07T21:23:22Z (GMT) by Rachel Salby
The F.A.I.R. data principles are a set of guidelines to make it easier to mange, use, find, share and reuse a wide range of qualitative and quantitative data. They were developed by FORCE11, an international research alliance, and first published in the Nature journal Scientific Data in 2016.


Presented as part of Open for all? Navigating open research at La Trobe and beyond event, October 23 2018