FAIR Supporting Resource Nanopublications
FAIR Supporting Resources
A FAIR Supporting Resource (FSR) is a resource that supports the FAIRification or FAIR Orchestration of data and metadata. FSRs are identified with a GUPRI and have a machine-readable representation as a nanopublication which includes metadata about it.
A nanopublication is a unitary assertion about the world with associated metadata, rendered in machine-readable form, and all of this having a globally unique, persistent and resolvable identifer. See this page for more information.
There are different types of FSRs for which we use different nanopub templates.
FAIR Supporting Resources Types
A data policy is a document that specifies and guides data practices for a community or an organizational entity. For a data policy to get recognized as a FAIR Supporting Resource it should be online accessible and cover at least one of these aspects:
- the document itself is machine-actionable and uses FAIR vocabulary
- it supports FAIR practices
Examples: PARC FAIR Data Policy
Publish a FAIR Data Policy.
A template for data management or data stewardship planning. For a
- TEMPLATE HORIZON 2020 DATA MANAGEMENT PLAN (DMP) https://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/data/ref/h2020/other/gm/reporting/h2020-tpl-oa-data-mgt-plan-annotated_en.pdf
- Horizon-europe-dmp-template https://registry.ds-wizard.org/document-templates/dsw:horizon-europe-dmp:1.3.0
- Science Europe DMP https://registry.ds-wizard.org/document-templates/dsw:science-europe:1.13.0
A FAIR Enabling Resource (FER) is FSR that provides functions needed to achieve some aspect of FAIRness addressing explicitly one or more FAIR Sub-Principle(s). Use this nanopublication template to publish any type of FER.
Publish a FAIR Enabling Resource nanopub.
FAIR Enabling Resources Types
For each FAIR Sub-Principle there is a specific FAIR Enabling Resource Type.
A service that provides for metadata (1) algorithms guaranteeing global uniqueness, (2) policy document that guarantees persistence and (3) resolution of the identifier to machine-actionable metadata describing the object and its location.
Publish an Identifier Service nanopub.
A FAIR Implementation Profile (FIP) is a list of declared technology choices, also referred to as FAIR Enabling Resources (FERs), that are intended to implement one or more of the FAIR Guiding Principles, made as a collective decision by the members of a particular community of practice.