FAIR principles

open science
FAIR
A brief overview of the FAIR data principles.
Modified

December 8, 2023

Findable means you can actually locate the (meta)data. This requires the data to be:

Accessible means there should be a clear path to accessing the (meta)data. Preferably accessible via:

Interoperable means the (meta)data should be in a format that allows them to be used in common applications and workflows, preferably with:

Reusable means the data should be well-documented, including: