|Name of service||Description||Related links*|
A framework to map identifiers between various databases.
|BYOD (Bring Your Own Data) events (ELIXIR Netherlands)||
ELIXIR-NL can help organise standard events that make data sources more FAIR by applying Linked Data, or help make data repository software more FAIR. Such meetings focus on one or two data sources, and will bring together your experts on the data content and on the usage of the data with experts in data modeling. As an important side-effect such events also educate the participants on what it means to make data FAIR in practice.
Expertise on very diverse subjects of data processing, analysis and curation as well as connections to existing infrastructure RI's like EUDAT. This expertise can be made available to research projects and organisations.
|FAIR service suite||
Data publication technology/tooling based on Linked Data, with associated data management processes. See the FAIR data tools.
Under Development in collaboration with SURFsara and Lygature, based on prior experience deploying tools for end users / life scientists.
A software package to help researchers set up an online database application that supports data queries and allows data sharing.
Open source software underlying the technology for SURF's single sign-on and facilitating national and international online collaboration in education and research.
|Tools for FAIRification||
Diverse tools under development, in use in BYOD events to facilitate making data FAIR using linked data technology.
|Training (ELIXIR Netherlands)||
Most of the training organised in DTL/ELIXIR-NL and the associated Dutch research school on bioinformatics and systems biology (BioSB) are open to participants from any ELIXIR country. Training and training materials available are listed on dtls.nl and TeSS. Training and materials are developed on a diverse range of topics, including specific bioinformatics skills and workflows, as well as generic FAIR data knowledge and data stewardship.
An open, collaborative platform dedicated to the curation of biological pathways
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