status: Completed

Chair (s): Suenje Dallmeier-Tiessen, Fiona Murphy, Amy Nurnberger, Varsha Khodiyar

Group Email: [group_email]

Secretariat Liaison: enquiries@rd-alliance.org


Researchers are increasingly encouraged or required to make their research data available for reuse but might often feel there are insufficient incentives for submitting and publishing data, resulting in low submission rates. Moreover, even when research data are preserved and submitted, it often happens with a bare minimum of metadata which inhibits reuse.
Why is this? There are established and/or emerging workflows for selected disciplines that enable the publishing of data and some provide credit via citation mechanisms. But in most disciplines researchers are simply not aware of such workflows and they may not be applicable without significant modification. Having information about workflows is therefore crucial for researchers—and the people/stakeholders supporting them—to understand the options available to practice open science. Workflows that enable persistence, quality control and access are all crucial to enhance the possibilities for greater discoverability as well as efficient and reliable reuse of research data.
The objectives of this Working Group are to provide an analysis of a representative range of existing and emerging workflows and standards for data publishing, including deposit and citation, and provide reference models and implementations for application in new workflows.
 

 

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29
October
2021

RDA CURE-FAIR WG: Invitation to attend our session at the RDA Plenary 18

by Limor Peer

We encourage the RDA community to join our session, “Connecting the Dots on Curating for FAIR and Reproducible Research,” at the RDA VP18 Plenary (Wednesday, November 3, 2021, 22:30-00:00 UTC, Breakout 3).   Meeting agenda:
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14
October
2021

Webinar designed for RDA Group participants

by Stephanie Hagstrom

Hello - My apologies for cross-posting. We wanted to be sure RDA group Chairs and group members received this information about an upcoming webinar specifically designed to provide tips and strategies for promoting project outputs. This webinar is designed for RDA Working and Interest Group Members, but anyone interested in this topic is also invited and welcome to attend. Please register and attend "How To Get Attention for Research Project Outputs " webinar on 21 Oct 2021 - 15:00 UTC presented by Jennifer Gibson. Register here.
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22
July
2021

Webinar - help please - RDA/ESIP Physical Samples Webinar on RRID Project August 10 19:00 UTC

by Stephanie Hagstrom

Hello RDA WG and IG members - We are writing to invite you to attend the upcoming RDA/ESIP Physical Samples Webinar "RRIDs: A Way to Track Samples Through the Scientific Literature" being held on 10 Aug 2021 - 19:00 to 20:00 UTC. You may read more about the webinar and register here. We also would appreciate a few minutes of your time to help us in promoting this webinar through your network. Listed below are ways you can help. We hope this will provide easy and fast ways for you to reach out to your colleagues who may also be interested in this webinar.
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24
March
2021

RDA VP17 Updates: Programme Available

by Eugenia Twomey

Dear members of the RDA/WDS Publishing Data Workflows WG,   The programme for RDA Virtual Plenary 17 (VP17) is now available. We look forward to seeing you all virtually! The plenary will offer over 100 sessions, including many repeat sessions on 22 and 23 April, in an effort to accommodate a wider range of time zones.  
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22
January
2021

RDA's 17th Plenary - Submission deadlines coming up!

by Jamie Lupo-Petta

Dear RDA/WDS Publishing Data Workflows WG Members,   With RDA VP17 fast approaching, we would like to bring the following news and key dates to your attention:   Call for Sessions closing on 26 January 2021 at 23:59 UTC. The deadline for submitting your session proposal is almost here! To submit your request for a breakout session, please complete the form below which corresponds to your meeting type. 
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05
January
2021

Survey invitation "Value of data curation," please participate by January 22, 2021

by Lisa Johnston

Dear RDA colleagues, Our team from the Data Curation Network seeks input from users, staff, curators, and directors at US-based data repositories (disciplinary, government, institutional, and general) to help us better understand (1) the *level of data curation *provided by your data repository and (2) what you perceive as the *most important value-add* that data curation has on the data sharing process. *By data curation, we mean the various actions that may be taken to ensure
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05
January
2021

Survey invitation "Value of data curation," please participate by January 22, 2021

by Lisa Johnston

Dear RDA colleagues, Our team from the Data Curation Network seeks input from users, staff, curators, and directors at US-based data repositories (disciplinary, government, institutional, and general) to help us better understand (1) the *level of data curation *provided by your data repository and (2) what you perceive as the *most important value-add* that data curation has on the data sharing process. *By data curation, we mean the various actions that may be taken to ensure
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10
June
2020

Preprint on reproducibility feedback request (awarded RDA Europe adoption grant)

by Mohammad Akhlaghi

Dear all,   The Maneage project (MANaging data linEAGE: maneage.org) was awarded an RDA Europe Adoption grant last year for adopting the recommendations of the RDA/WDS Publishing Data Workflows Working Group from the researcher's perspective. In this time, thanks to RDA's support, we were able to present it in several international seminars, hold some workshops and increase its user base (and thus improve its implementation, documentation and etc).   I am happy to say that a draft paper describing its founding principles and the necessity of considering longevity in reproducible solutions has...
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19
May
2020

CURE-FAIR case statement for review

by Limor Peer

Dear colleagues, The CURE-FAIR Working Group Case Statement is under community review until June 15, 2020. The goal of the WG is to establish guidelines and standards for curating for reproducible and FAIR data and code. The WG aims to engage with RDA groups working on related and complementary projects, and we invite you to review the document and provide feedback.
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26
March
2020

RDA virtual plenary: CURE-FAIR WG & Reproducible Health Data Services WG joint session on April 1 and 2

by Limor Peer

Dear Colleagues, As you know, RDA has made the difficult decision to cancel the 15th Plenary in Melbourne and to proceed with a virtual plenary meeting between 8 March – 10 April 2020.
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