Wheat Data Interoperability Recommendations

  Wheat Data Interoperability Working Group

Group Chairs: Esther Dzalé Yeumo Kabore (INRA), Richard Fulss (CIMMYT), Rosemary Shrestha (CIMMYT)

Recommendation Title: Wheat Data Interoperability Guidelines, Ontologies and User Cases

Authors: Esther Dzalé Yeumo; Richard Fulss; Michael Alaux; Sophie Aubin; Elizabeth Arnaud; Ute Baumann; Laurel Cooper; Richard Davey; Marie-Angélique Laporte; Pierre Larmande; Thomas Letellier; Cyril Pommier; Vassilis Protonotarios; Rosemary Shrestha; Imma Subirats; Aravind Venkatesan; Alex Wha

Impact: Helps researchers create, manage and exchange wheat data.

Recommendation Package DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15497/RDA00018 

Citation: Esther Dzalé Yeumo; Richard Fulss; Michael Alaux; Sophie Aubin; Elizabeth Arnaud; Ute Baumann; Laurel Cooper; Richard Davey; Marie-Angélique Laporte; Pierre Larmande; Thomas Letellier; Cyril Pommier; Vassilis Protonotarios; Rosemary Shrestha; Imma Subirats; Aravind Venkatesan; Alex Whan (2016): Wheat Data Interoperability Guidelines, Ontologies and User Cases. Recommendations from the RDA Wheat Data Interoperability Working Group. DOI:10.15497/RDA00016

Wheat data guidelines: http://ist.blogs.inra.fr/wdi/

Wheat data vocabularies portal: http://agroportal.lirmm.fr/ontologies?filter=WHEAT

 

These recommendations have been prepared by members of the Wheat Data Interoperability Working Group (WG). The group is coordinated by members of the Wheat Initiative, a global initiative that aims to reinforce synergies between bread and durum wheat national and international research programmes to increase food security, nutritional value and safety while taking into account societal demands for sustainable and resilient agricultural production systems.

The guidelines produced by the group, as well as the bioportal of wheat-related linked vocabularies, can be accessed at:

The Wheat Data Interoperability Guidelines describe a set of guiding rules to foster wheat data interoperability, with the purpose of helping researchers create, manage and exchange wheat data. These recommendations have been prepared by members of the Wheat Data Interoperability Working Group (WG), one of the WGs of the Research Data Alliance and the only WG of the Agriculture Data Interoperability Interest Group, in coordination with the Wheat Initiative, a global initiative that aims to reinforce synergies between bread and durum wheat national and international research programs, to increase food security, nutritional value and safety while taking into account societal demands for sustainable and resilient agricultural production systems. 

An earlier version of the endorsed guidelines is also available.

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