A FAIR Implementation Profile (FIP) is a collection of resources, services, and technologies adopted by a community to implement the FAIR principles. This short article describes what FIPs are, why they should be used, and how a FIP can be initiated.
Resources like controlled vocabularies, taxonomies and thesauri are essential to achieve interoperability. The aim of this short article is to provide definitions of the terms, in order to understand their use in the context of annotating the metadata behind the ODISSEI Portal.
Are you interested in the needs of data stewards supporting researchers working with (quantitative) social sciences? Check out the report “Assessing FAIR Data Support Needs Amongst Data Supporters in the ODISSEI Community”, openly accessibile on Zenodo.
The ODISSEI Community on Zenodo is now live! We encourage you to add your ODISSEI-related outputs to the collection.