Document / search engine: Data sets, formats and models
Framework project: Data-driven bioeconomy
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Website link: https://www.databio.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/DataBio_D4.3-Data-sets-formats-and-models_public-version.pdf
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The D4.3 document starts with an introduction to the DataBio project and other documents related to D4.3 followed by an introduction to data sharing and data economy in the context of DataBio. The FAIR principle is introduced as a foundation for data finding, access, interoperability, and reuse – and as further motivation for metadata and discovery of datasets through data registries, in particular the DataBio Hub. It is also options for further support for data sharing and data exchange in particular through the use of linked data and industrial data platforms for data sharing and data exchange. The context of datasets in DataBio is presented including external drivers for data sharing and data exchange, stakeholders, and license models. Data interoperability through ontologies, models, formats, and standards and data access through standard services and APIs are introduced related to the DataBio standardisation engagement in particular in the Geospatial and Earth Observation areas. Furthermore, an overview of the requirements for datasets and data streams in DataBio grouped by pilots and the platform itself is presented. This is followed by a detailed description of the datasets in DataBio in a metadata template from the description of the datasets in the DataBio hub, for existing, improved, new, and other relevant datasets. The final section gives an example of how a dataset can be used for application development, followed by concluding remarks.
The deliverable also comprises contributions from WP5 on the EO Datasets and from the tasks T4.5 Big Data Variety Management and T4.6 Data Acquisition with Security support in WP4. The first phase of the DataBio project has focused on the usage and creation of datasets based on the needs and requirements of the DataBio pilots. The next phase will continue with this, but will also have increased focus on interoperability aspects of datasets through the use of ontologies and potential standard data models and access mechanisms/services and APIs.
Countries/regions described/represented: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonian, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands, UK