The FAIR principles, first coined in 2016, have rapidly become a hot-topic in the world of pharma and beyond. The principles are straightforward enough, but their implementation is far from one-size-fits-all. So how do we move from theory to[…]
The cBioPortal community and The Hyve have always championed Open Source and Open Data. Now that the FAIR principles for data stewardship are gaining momentum, we cannot stay behind! To take a small step towards FAIR compliance, rich metadata[…]
On Thursday 17th of January was the 4th HealthRI meeting, marking already four years of bringing together a number of Dutch health data research projects and infrastructure (such as CTMM TraIT, BBMRI, ELIXIR-NL, DTL, NFU etc.) under one umbrella[…]
The Hyve hosted a Pistoia Alliance workshop on FAIR data at its Utrecht office on the 5th of June. We welcomed 28 participants to exchange of views on how to best implement the FAIR principles within Pharma and Life Sciences R&D.
At the Bio-IT World conference, held May 15-17 in Boston, the track on FAIR data saw a fair number of Dutch speakers present on the FAIR data initiative. Prof. Barend Mons, scientific director of the GO FAIR international support and coordination[…]
This is an update of a previous blog post which listed four quick and easy tips. We have updated the old tips and added 2 new tips at the end of the post. Making your data “FAIR” is something you hear more and more. In the age of creating large[…]
On the 8th of November 2017 we attended the FAIR data tooling meeting organized mainly for developers interested/involved in FAIR. We were invited to present about what we currently do and what we need from the community to increase the FAIRness of[…]
One of the most underestimated parts about a FAIR data management plan is archiving your data. How am I going to store my data in such a way that people can access, download and share it? And what are the data archive costs included for storing your[…]