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Template for reproducible, shareable and achievable data analysis

The Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC) has designed a "reproducible paper" template by following best practices, including RDA recommendations and outputs, in their research since 2015. It has significantly grown since then, and is now a fully documented template. With this proposal, they are aiming to improve, test, and promote their adoption of RDA guidelines, and in particular the "Workflows for Research Data Publishing" recommendation and output.

The road to a Hungarian national data publishing policy

These two proposals from Hungarian will be merged into one use-case project. In lack of institutional or national standards in Hungary, RDA Outputs including the technical and social infrastructure solutions provide the necessary support and guidance to start implementing and coordinating data management practices on different levels. In addition establishing data repositories is an increasingly urgent task in Hungary.

Improving the Copernicus Climate Data Store metadata scheme with the “RDA metadata standards repository”

The Climate Data Store repository contains various types of data for which we have to present summaries at the level of variable and dataset. Adopting and presenting the RDA metadata repository as a trustful reference and using the various standards gathered there will help us make strong recommendations on what should be presented in the CDS.

CCCA Subset & Dynamic Data Citation Service

The Climate Change Centre Austria, as research data infrastructure facility for the Climatological Domain, targets a very limited user community. The implementation of Scalable Dynamic-data Citation Methodology aims to extend the implemented Service to further research domain, the Earth Observation Sciences.

A model of data integration related to wheat genetic resources and resistance to Fusarium head blight

Support staff, such as data stewards, IT support staff, librarians or policy officers, often have different levels of understanding of RDM. However, they need to collaborate closely to offer state-of-the-art support for researchers wishing to do responsible RDM. The 23 Things can act as a shared reference tool that enhances mutual understanding and improves collaboration. It can also be used for quick reference and as a guideline for training. We propose to update and adjust the 23 Things to the above mentioned audiences and stimulate nationwide adoption.

23 Things Revisited: Field guides to research data management

Support staff, such as data stewards, IT support staff, librarians or policy officers, often have different levels of understanding of RDM. However, they need to collaborate closely to offer state-of-the-art support for researchers wishing to do responsible RDM. The 23 Things can act as a shared reference tool that enhances mutual understanding and improves collaboration. It can also be used for quick reference and as a guideline for training. We propose to update and adjust the 23 Things to the above mentioned audiences and stimulate nationwide adoption.