RDA/WDS Publishing Data Workflows WG Recommendations

, Varsha Khodiyar, Fiona Murphy, Amy Nurnberger, Lisa Raymond, Angus Whyte, Theodora Bloom, Claire C Austin, Jonathan Tedds, Martina Stockhause & Mary Vardigan
Data publishing is a major cornerstone of open science, reliable research, and modern scholarly communication. It enables researchers to share their materials via dedicated workflows, services and infrastructures and ultimately is intended to ensure that data – and in particular datasets underlying published results — are well documented, curated, persistent, interoperable, reusable, citable, attributable, quality assured and discoverable. Needless to say, data publishing workflows potentially have an enormous impact on researchers, research practices and publishing...
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