- The PCP
- The Solutions
- Early Adopters
The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) initiative has extensively worked to promote and enable access to Open Science data with the stated aim of ensuring that researchers can maximize the value of their research processes, sharing large-scale Research Infrastructures (RIs). The importance of advanced long-term preservation to allow reproducibility of research results is emphasized by the EOSC Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) and different reports of relevant bodies such as the Digital Preservation Coalition. ARCHIVER is a unique initiative currently running in the EOSC framework that competitively procured R&D services for archiving and digital preservation. The ARCHIVER tenderers were selected through an open and competitive procurement process. Between December 2020 and August 2021 three consortia worked on innovative, prototype solutions for long-term data preservation, in close collaboration with CERN, EMBL-EBI, DESY and PIC. ARCHIVER procured R&D services that address the long-term preservation needs across the entire research data management cycle.
As part of its R&D validation process, ARCHIVER assessed the FAIRness of the resulting ARCHIVER repository services.
The initial assessment started by gathering some basic information about the current repositories from the organisations involved in the ARCIHVER project, namely EMBL-EBI, DESY, PIC and CERN to get familiarised with the tool.
The following information was shared:
The following data sets were used for a preliminary test of the FAIR assessment tool:
|EMBL-EBI||The ‘1000 genomes’ dataset contains 1000 human genomes, all publicly available with no restriction|
|DESY||Serial femtosecond crystallography data and metadata including links to CrystFEL Beam File, CrystFEL Geometry File, Processing Scripts and diffraction patterns|
|CERN||Audiovisual recordings of talk of a conference; Example of a CMS collision dataset in AOD format; example of a CMS simulated dataset in AODSIM format; a simple example of an OPERA neutrino event dataset|
|PIC||Fake dataset mimicking one night of raw data from the MAGIC Telescopes|