In this session, we will look into the metrics, their associated tests, and tools available for the FAIRness assessment of digital objects, but this time concentrating on research software and semantic artefacts, although information and experience with metrics and assessment tools for data objects is most definitely welcome. We will discuss current topics, such as discipline specific metrics for FAIR assessments, harmonisation, benchmarking of metrics and tools, and the most effective use and interpretation of tools and their results.
Chair: Mike Priddy, DANS
Rapporteur: Maaike Verburg, DANS
From the last Synchronisation Force workshop on metrics and assessing FAIRness these recommendations will be used to guide the discussions and information gathering in this workshop:
The EOSC Multi Annual Roadmap (MAR) objectives relevant for this workshop are:
The cross-workshop expected outcome is to assess the usage of FAIR assessment metrics and tools with a particular interest in domain-specificity and non-data digital objects, and the status of implementation of FAIR practices with respect to disciplines and domains of the participants.